posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 03:29 AM
The earth is spinning around the sun, the sun is spinning around the Milky Way, and
the milky way is spinning around the center of the universe.
So let's suppose you had no mass (and therefore no gravity) and also suppose that you no surface
for friction to work upon (wind-air), and also suppose that you were motionless in space (in relation
to the center of the universe)
Well...if you were directly in front of the spinning earth's path around the sun you would
slam into the surface before you could blink. If you were behind the path of the earth you
would be left alone as the earth speedily receded, and then solar system speedily receded.
You see there is no theoretically static "point in space" 100 feet above the earth...everything
If you were to stay in one relative place to the earth while the earth spun you would need some goggles
to say the least...then wind would be terrific....and of course the occasional ten story building
or tall tree would be a problem also