PhyFl18ss1.2.2: No! Because the earth is orbiting the sun. So how fast is that? On average, the earth is 92,000,000 miles away from the sun. So let’s do the same thing we did with how fast we are moving on a spinning earth: See the Unit Analysis above (we’ll practice that method A LOT as the year goes on). When we run the numbers we find that the earth is blazing through the vacuum of space at 66,000 miles per hour!! WOW! That’s cray cray. So . . . if I can stop the earth moving through space, can I finally say that you are motionless sitting in your chair?