The Earth Still Spins at more than 1,000 mph
At her circumference Earth spins on her axis at approximately 1,038 mph.
Whenever someone dies, she still spins at 1,038 mph.
Whenever a country declares war on another country, she still spins at 1,038 mph.
Whenever there is a massive tornado, hurricane, or earthquake, she still spins at 1,038 mph.
Whenever someone does something mean to you, she still spins at 1,038 mph.
The best part about it is that no matter how hard we try, we are all along for the ride. While people like me in Southern California are traveling a little bit slower, we’re still spinning with her.
Now, there may come a day when we launch ourselves out of Earth’s orbit. Then just replace the concept of the Earth spinning at 1,038 mph with however fast we are orbiting the center of the galaxy. My point is that everything is spinning and that may explain why you get dizzy sometimes 😛