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The Earth moves at a constant rate–around the sun, around the Milky Way Galaxy. But how fast are you moving? As you read this in your chair, how fast are you moving relative to the chair? Relative to the sun?

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At a Constant Rate,  as you read this in your chair, how fast are you moving relative to the chair? Relative to the sun? Posted by Samantha Tuba on Tuesday, October 01, 2016, at 12:00 pm “The Earth moves at a constant rate – around the sun, around the Milky Way Galaxy,” explains Brandon Miller from Forbes Magazine.

But isn’t it odd that we don’t feel any emotion when our planet is orbiting so quickly and not even still for one second? And yet there’s no such thing as standing perfectly still either because everything in space is always moving with respect to something else; 

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