1. HOW CAN THERE BE WATER WHEN THE GLOBE IS SPINNING AT 1000 mph

Ok, let's start with one by one question:

1. Earth rotates once every 24 hours.

It is 0.000694 RPM.

Equatorial trajectory deviation is 15 degrees per hour, which is

**0.00416 degrees** per second (0.25 arc minutes).

It is much

**less** than the turning that a train makes on curved track, or a bus on curved road.

Too small value to feel it.

1037 mph equals to 438 m/s.

(Away from the Equator this value is smaller, at poles is zero.)

Radial acceleration "a" at the Equator (reducing weight by pulling against "g") is

**a** = v

^{2} / R = 438

^{2} / 6 371 000 =

**0.03 m/s**^{2}The "g" is acceleration at which objects fall (acceleration that produces weight).

**g** = 9.81 m/s

^{2}Obviously, everything (including water) on Equator is only

a/g*100 = 0.03 / 9.81 * 100 =

**0.306%** lighter than it would be without the Earth's rotation.