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did you know that we revolve at a rate of 100,000km/hr around the Sun?

shouldn't that make someone pause and worry? that's a fast s...
Charcoal glittery filthpig
  11/25/21
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Spectacular flesh state foreskin
  11/25/21
send it, universe. send it now.
Charcoal glittery filthpig
  11/25/21
how is this "recreational" drug use? shit sounds t...
Racy gas station old irish cottage
  11/25/21
lots of tortured artist scholars make up night crew's roster...
Spectacular flesh state foreskin
  11/25/21
that's nothing. wait till you find out how fast the milky wa...
Frozen smoky haunted graveyard business firm
  11/25/21


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Date: November 25th, 2021 2:12 AM
Author: Charcoal glittery filthpig

shouldn't that make someone pause and worry? that's a fast speed.

that's much faster than the speed of sound of 1200 km/hr. lucky we do not move through anything except the absolute vacuum of outer space, otherwise there would be a titanic clash of enormous energies scraping away at us.

also, im wondering, when the meteor strikes the earth from within outer space, does the speed of travel of the earth around the sun factor into with what force it penetrates the Earth?

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Date: November 25th, 2021 2:14 AM
Author: Spectacular flesh state foreskin

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Date: November 25th, 2021 2:15 AM
Author: Charcoal glittery filthpig

send it, universe.

send it now.

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Date: November 25th, 2021 2:17 AM
Author: Racy gas station old irish cottage

how is this "recreational" drug use? shit sounds tedious

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Date: November 25th, 2021 2:19 AM
Author: Spectacular flesh state foreskin

lots of tortured artist scholars make up night crew's roster, mostly serving a similar role that a defensive linebacker has.

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Date: November 25th, 2021 5:51 AM
Author: Frozen smoky haunted graveyard business firm

that's nothing. wait till you find out how fast the milky way galaxy is moving.

Although special relativity states that there is no "preferred" inertial frame of reference in space with which to compare the Milky Way, the Milky Way does have a velocity with respect to cosmological frames of reference.

One such frame of reference is the Hubble flow, the apparent motions of galaxy clusters due to the expansion of space. Individual galaxies, including the Milky Way, have peculiar velocities relative to the average flow. Thus, to compare the Milky Way to the Hubble flow, one must consider a volume large enough so that the expansion of the Universe dominates over local, random motions. A large enough volume means that the mean motion of galaxies within this volume is equal to the Hubble flow. Astronomers believe the Milky Way is moving at approximately 630 km/s (1,400,000 mph) with respect to this local co-moving frame of reference.[205][failed verification] The Milky Way is moving in the general direction of the Great Attractor and other galaxy clusters, including the Shapley supercluster, behind it.[206] The Local Group (a cluster of gravitationally bound galaxies containing, among others, the Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy) is part of a supercluster called the Local Supercluster, centered near the Virgo Cluster: although they are moving away from each other at 967 km/s (2,160,000 mph) as part of the Hubble flow, this velocity is less than would be expected given the 16.8 million pc distance due to the gravitational attraction between the Local Group and the Virgo Cluster.[207]

Another reference frame is provided by the cosmic microwave background (CMB). The Milky Way is moving at 552 ± 6 km/s (1,235,000 ± 13,000 mph)[19] with respect to the photons of the CMB, toward 10.5 right ascension, −24° declination (J2000 epoch, near the center of Hydra). This motion is observed by satellites such as the Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) and the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) as a dipole contribution to the CMB, as photons in equilibrium in the CMB frame get blue-shifted in the direction of the motion and red-shifted in the opposite direction.[19]

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