You’re moving at 800 mph

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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
 

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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
Chug 3 Red Bull and you'll be going 900 mph.
 

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...and the sun and solar system is whizzing through space as well.
You never put a foot twice in the same river.
 

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Is today today? Or, tomorrow yesterday?
 

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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
And how fast is the solar system moving through the galaxy?
 

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It appears to be about 200 km/second.
 
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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
And how fast is the solar system moving through the galaxy?
I don’t know ? Very fast
 

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Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth
Same as sitting still in a car going 60 mph. It's all fine until you slam on the brakes

 

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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
Chug 3 Red Bull and you'll be going 900 mph.
What if you don't stop there?

 

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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
Big "IF" is where you are located;
" Earth's circumference is the distance around Earth. Measured around the poles, the circumference is 40,007.863 km (24,859.734 mi). Measured around the Equator, it is 40,075.017 km (24,901.461 mi).[1] "

So if at the equator, and with 24 hours in a day(rotation cycle), moving at over 1,000 mph. Slower the higher your latitude. But it's all relative ;)
 
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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
Big "IF" is where you are located;
" Earth's circumference is the distance around Earth. Measured around the poles, the circumference is 40,007.863 km (24,859.734 mi). Measured around the Equator, it is 40,075.017 km (24,901.461 mi).[1] "

So if at the equator, and with 24 hours in a day(rotation cycle), moving at over 1,000 mph. Slower the higher your latitude. But it's all relative ;)
The day is not 24 hrs !!
It can be a few Seconds to minutes in both directions
 
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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
Big "IF" is where you are located;
" Earth's circumference is the distance around Earth. Measured around the poles, the circumference is 40,007.863 km (24,859.734 mi). Measured around the Equator, it is 40,075.017 km (24,901.461 mi).[1] "

So if at the equator, and with 24 hours in a day(rotation cycle), moving at over 1,000 mph. Slower the higher your latitude. But it's all relative ;)
You also weigh 4-5 pounds less at the Equator
 

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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
Big "IF" is where you are located;
" Earth's circumference is the distance around Earth. Measured around the poles, the circumference is 40,007.863 km (24,859.734 mi). Measured around the Equator, it is 40,075.017 km (24,901.461 mi).[1] "

So if at the equator, and with 24 hours in a day(rotation cycle), moving at over 1,000 mph. Slower the higher your latitude. But it's all relative ;)
The day is not 24 hrs !!
It can be a few Seconds to minutes in both directions
Oh ... picky, picky, picky, nit picky ... :auiqs.jpg:
 

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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
Big "IF" is where you are located;
" Earth's circumference is the distance around Earth. Measured around the poles, the circumference is 40,007.863 km (24,859.734 mi). Measured around the Equator, it is 40,075.017 km (24,901.461 mi).[1] "

So if at the equator, and with 24 hours in a day(rotation cycle), moving at over 1,000 mph. Slower the higher your latitude. But it's all relative ;)
You also weigh 4-5 pounds less at the Equator
Not worth the move for me. Happy where I'm at. (I'll diet)
 
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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
Big "IF" is where you are located;
" Earth's circumference is the distance around Earth. Measured around the poles, the circumference is 40,007.863 km (24,859.734 mi). Measured around the Equator, it is 40,075.017 km (24,901.461 mi).[1] "

So if at the equator, and with 24 hours in a day(rotation cycle), moving at over 1,000 mph. Slower the higher your latitude. But it's all relative ;)
The day is not 24 hrs !!
It can be a few Seconds to minutes in both directions
Oh ... picky, picky, picky, nit picky ... :auiqs.jpg:
There is a good chance that one of the glasses of water you drink had a few molecules that passed through the kidneys of Jesus , Caesar, Napoleon. You name it
 
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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
Big "IF" is where you are located;
" Earth's circumference is the distance around Earth. Measured around the poles, the circumference is 40,007.863 km (24,859.734 mi). Measured around the Equator, it is 40,075.017 km (24,901.461 mi).[1] "

So if at the equator, and with 24 hours in a day(rotation cycle), moving at over 1,000 mph. Slower the higher your latitude. But it's all relative ;)
The day is not 24 hrs !!
It can be a few Seconds to minutes in both directions
Oh ... picky, picky, picky, nit picky ... :auiqs.jpg:
The avg day is 23 hrs and 56 min and 7 seconds or so
I can’t remember
 
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It depends on where you live but the earth is rotating 800 miles per hour and you’re moving like 15 miles per second around the sun
Clearly you don’t feel this because the air and all other objects are moving at same speed and you’re anchored to the earth

If Superman were to stop the rotation of the earth then ever human would be flung to death and no that won’t reverse time,either
Big "IF" is where you are located;
" Earth's circumference is the distance around Earth. Measured around the poles, the circumference is 40,007.863 km (24,859.734 mi). Measured around the Equator, it is 40,075.017 km (24,901.461 mi).[1] "

So if at the equator, and with 24 hours in a day(rotation cycle), moving at over 1,000 mph. Slower the higher your latitude. But it's all relative ;)
You also weigh 4-5 pounds less at the Equator
Not worth the move for me. Happy where I'm at. (I'll diet)
Well ?? You would weigh less but your mass won’t change !!!
When you diet !! You want to lose mass not weight
 

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