How fast am I going?

If I am running the avg. human spead on a big bus going 55 mph,on the Earth with day and night , going around the Sun ,with the solar sytem traveling threw space and the galaxy going threw the Universe?Realy.Why?And anything relivent
shandy
Asked May 29, 2010
It's all relative, you need to ask how fast you'll be going in realtion to another object! I mean you'll be going about 8 MPH in the environment of the bus but if you expand it to the earth it will be something like 63MPH. (or 47, depends if you are running towards the front or the back!) Then if you expand it to relative to the sun its about 67,000 MPH give or take a few hundred, then expand again to our galaxy it's around 600,000 (not taking into account the spin of the earth around the solar system and what not)

The real question though is why would you be running on a bus?
metalgearslug
Answered Jul 20, 2010
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ardotschgi
Answered Jun 13, 2010
I like it
well fast enough to trip over the long legged man by the door and you will fall fast
as
Answered Jul 25, 2011

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