# Transform Boundary and its relation with Earth's rotation

I have read about all 3 types of boundaries in the book : "Essentials of Geography" by Lutgens et. al. But there is nothing mentioned about Transform Boundary and Earth's rotation effect on it.

I know the basics that since MoR are not always in straight lines, so there is a differential moment between two portions of the plate which cause this transform boundary that is perpendicular to the MoR.

But now, when I was reading one of the 'official' book of this subject by NCERT I got stuck on this paragraph :

Transform Boundaries : Where the crust is neither produced nor destroyed as
the plates slide horizontally past each other.Transform faults are the planes of
separation generally perpendicular to the midoceanic ridges. As the eruptions do
not take all along the entire crest at the same time, there is a differential
movement of a portion of the plate away from the axis of the earth. Also, the
rotation of the earth has its effect on the separated blocks of the plate portions.


[This] is where this is mentioned. Now I'm really not able to relate Earth's rotation, axis, and its effect on transform boundary. Neither Google is giving any meaningful result.