No Spin

They told us the earth spins at 1,040 mph. But we can’t feel it. We can’t measure it. We don’t have any evidence of it.

They say the earth is spinning, but it’s spinning so fast we can’t feel it. That doesn’t make any sense. They say the earth is spinning, but it’s not accelerating, so you can’t feel it. That doesn’t make sense either.

They say the earth is spinning, but no one provides any evidence of earth’s movement.

no spin
Do you feel like you’re moving 10 times faster than the fastest roller coaster?




9 thoughts on “No Spin

  1. Foucault’s pendulum.
    You don’t know it or you deny it.
    If you don’t know it, search and make yourself the experiment.
    If you already have done the experiment and deny it, why do you think that this experiment doesn’t prove the earth spin?
    It is true that we can’t feel the constant speed. You can prove easily for yourself.
    When you are in a stopped car and then it starts to move, your body will move backwards the car, and, when the car reaches certain speed and maintains it, then your body will be able to move freely in the car, and in this point, you don’t feel the movement of the car. You will feel something again when the car speeds up or down.
    And doesn’t matter the speed. It could be 10 mph or 100 mph or 1040 mph, you don’t feel anything.


    1. The earth’s alleged 1,040 spin can’t be compared to the movement of a car.
      It’s not possible to move 1,040 and not feel it.
      Earth doesn’t spin, they lied to us, like when Vegeta lied to his son.
      Foucault’s Pendulum proves nothing; it moves according to the force acted on it.
      Thanks for your comment!


    2. Mark Twain once wrote:”It is easier to fool someone, than to convince him that he has been fooled”
      In the mid 19th century a Frenchman named Léon Foucault became famous for swinging pendulums and claiming their consequent motions were proof of the Earth’s diurnal rotation. Since then “Foucault Pendulums” have regularly been swinging at museums and exposition halls worldwide purporting to provide everlasting perpetual proof of the heliocentric spinning ball-Earth theory. The truth is, however, unbeknownst to most of the duped public, that Foucault’s pendulum is a failed experiment which proves nothing but how easy it is for pseudo-science to deceive the malleable masses.  To begin with, Foucault’s pendulums do not uniformly swing in any one direction. Sometimes they rotate clockwise and sometimes counter-clockwise, sometimes they fail to rotate and sometimes they rotate far too much. Scientists who have repeated variations of the experiment have conceded time and again that “it was difficult to avoid giving the pendulum some slight lateral bias at starting.” The behavior of the pendulum actually depends on 1) the initial force beginning its swing and, 2) the ball-and-socket joint used which most-readily facilitates circular motion over any other. The supposed rotation of the Earth is completely inconsequential and irrelevant to the pendulum’s swing. If the alleged constant rotation of the Earth affected pendulums in any way, then there should be no need to manually start pendulums in motion.If the Earth’s diurnal rotation caused the 360 degree uniform diurnal rotation of pendulums, then there should not exist a stationary pendulum anywhere on Earth.
      It would seem that even the most outwardly ardent heliocentric personalities such as the 7th Astronomer Royal George B. Airy and Reverend Baden Powell, Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxford University had views about Foucault’s pendulum in private that were diametrically opposed to their public espousals.Sylvester’s discretion prevented him from naming George B. Airy,the astronomer royal and the Reverend Baden Powell,Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxford University,as the mistaken scientists.In private correspondence,Airy had repeatedly dismissed the Foucault Pendulum experiment as a “fraud”. He regarded the latitude-dependent formula for the period of the apparent precession of the pendulum as a “mathematical curiosity having no application whatsoever to the source-distant experiment.”
      Attending no demonstrations, Airy based his conclusions on an oral account of the experiment.
      Concurring with Airy,Powell accepted the theory but held that as a “practical question” “the experiment was doubtless open to every kind of doubt.”After learning of successful demonstrations by British scientists,Airy conducted his own experiments.Although it was possible to conduct the experiment properly,he concluded that “the difficulty of starting a free pendulum so to make it vibrate first in a plane, is extremely great.”[8]

      8]George B. Airy to Baden Powell 18th Apr 1851,Airy to Powell,23rd Apr 1831,Powell to Airy 26th Apr 1851,George Bidwell Airy Papers,Royal Greenwich Observatory Archives,Cambridge University Archives;and Airy,”On the vibration of a free Pendulum in an Oval Differing Little from a Straight Line,” Memoirs of the Royal Astronomical Society,1851,20:121-130 on page 122.
      An excerpt from the illustrated supplement of the magazine “Le Petite Parisian” dated November 2nd 1902,on the fiftieth anniversary of the experiment by Leon Foucault demonstrating the alleged rotation of the Earth quotes“Air resistance dampens the oscillations so some Foucault Pendulums in museums incorporate an electromagnetic or other drive to keep the bob swinging;others are restarted regularly”.
      Read the rest below and see how they rationalise the inclusion of motors (they conceal in the roof) to run the pendulum
      Title: The New Foucault Pendulum at Monash UniversityAuthors: Moppert, C. F. & Bonwick, W. J. Journal: Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 21, P. 108, 1980
      The Earth is non rotating as evidenced by the following authentic scientific experiments:
      1] Michelson, Albert A.; Morley, Edward W. (1887). “On the Relative Motion of the Earth and the Luminiferous Ether”. American Journal of Science. 34 (203): 333–345. doi:10.2475/ajs.s3-34.203.333[1] Michelson, A.A. (1904). “Relative Motion of Earth and Aether”. Philosophical Magazine. 8 (48): 716–719. doi:10.1080/14786440409463244.
      [2] Michelson, A. A. (1925). “The Effect of the Earth’s Rotation on the Velocity of Light, I”. Astrophysical Journal. 61: 137. Bibcode:1925ApJ….61..137M. doi:10.1086/142878.
      [3] Michelson, A. A.; Gale, Henry G. (1925). “The Effect of the Earth’s Rotation on the Velocity of Light, II”. Astrophysical Journal. 61: 140. Bibcode:1925ApJ….61..140M. doi:10.1086/142879.
      [4]J. Bradley, Account on a new discovered motion of the Fix’d stars, Phil. Trans. Vol. 35. p.637 (1728).
      [5]Sagnac, Georges (1913), “Sur la preuve de la réalité de l’éther lumineux par l’expérience de l’interférographe tournant” [On the proof of the reality of the luminiferous aether by the experiment with a rotating interferometer], Comptes Rendus, 157: 1410–1413
      [6] 1] F. T. Trouton and H. R. Noble, “The mechanical forces acting on a charged electric condenser moving through space,” Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. A 202, 165–181 (1903).
      2] F. T. Trouton and H. R. Noble, “The Forces Acting on a Charged Condenser moving through Space. Proc. Royal Soc. 74 (479): 132-133 (1903).
      [7]Ernst Wilbur Silvertooth ”Experimental detection of the ether “Speculations in Science and Technology 10.1 (1986)
      [8]Nyambuya, G. G. 2014. Revisiting the 1887 Michelson-Morley Experiment (Paper IV). Scientific Research.Journal of Modern Physics. Vol. 5(12).


  2. I don’t know how you are saying that “It’s not possible to move 1,040 and not feel it.”
    How do you know that?
    Maybe the experiments that you made, or something else about: “When you reach certain speed, you can feel the movement”. What it means “you can feel it”?
    I never heard about that. Where can I find that experiment or conclusions.
    “[The foucalut’s pendulum] it moves according to the force acted on it.”
    Do you know what this force is? Because I do.


      1. “[The foucalut’s pendulum] it moves according to the force acted on it.”
        Do you know what this force is? Because I do.
        Can you explain why the pendulum proves nohing?

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      2. If it were moving because of earth’s movement, it could only move in one direction. But it can move in any direction, depending on how you push it.


      3. Stacey:
        You certainly can feel the centripetal force when you are on a playground merry-go-round because you have an angular velocity (the number of degrees of a circle you rotate/minute)and that forces you away from the center of the merry-go-round.

        But the Earth is only rotating once in 24 hours. that is only 15 degrees per hour. Let’s put this into scale with your merry-go-round If your merry-go-round has a radius of 6 feet, then in one complete rotation, if you are on the outer edge of the merry-go-round, it will traverse 37.7 feet (2 x pi x r). If you complete one rotation in 24 hours (like the Earth spinning once daily) this turns out to be 1.57 feet/hour, or 0.8 cm/minute. Do you actually think you are going to be able to sense this tiny movement?? I don’t think so. Your “4 mph” velocity is irrelevant in this scenario because the Earth does not spin relatively that fast compared to it’s size.

        But even if you think you can feel 0.8cm/hr, the Earth has one additional factor that will make you never sense the centripetal force of its rotation–the fact that your weight (from gravity) is magnitudes higher that the tiny centripetal force from rotation pulling you away from the ground.

        Take an introductory physics class and your Dunning -Kruger effect will change dramatically…


  3. I will assume that you don’t know how the Foucault’s pendulum works.
    The pendulum will not move in one direction, unless you are in the equator.
    The pendulum is not pushed, it is only released.


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