This is how it happened

When the sun goes down, you can look at the earth from space and imagine a flat world.

It’s the first thing you see when you open the window, but the Earth’s flatness is something you can never escape.

For the past few decades, scientists have been trying to understand why.

One possibility is that the Earth is moving more slowly, and that the sun’s radiation travels more slowly.

And then there’s a third possibility: that the planet is just really big and not very flat at all.

The Earth’s rotation is the rate at which the planets orbits around the Sun.

If we take a look at how fast the Earth rotates, we see that it takes about 0.05 seconds for the rotation to be stopped.

The rotation starts at the center of the Earth.

The Earth is a sphere, but we’re not sure how much it is.

What’s the most interesting about the Earth?

According to NASA, the biggest mystery about the planet, the Earth and its orbit around the sun, is the planet’s distance from the Sun and the size of its orbit.

The farther away, the more massive the Earth, and the smaller the orbit.

But what if the Earth was flat?

That would explain why the orbit of the Sun is so wide.

So the question is: How is the Earth rotating?

The Earth orbits the Sun at an average speed of about 1.7 miles per second, or 1.8 miles per hour.

This is more than twice the speed of sound.

If the Earth were at a constant distance from Earth, the speed would be about 5 miles per day.

But it’s not.

The Sun rotates faster than the Earth at its center.

That means that the center has to be at a much smaller distance from us than the center does from the Earth to make the Sun’s spin fast enough to rotate the Earth faster than its center can move.

How does the Earth move?

According the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the spin of the sun is calculated from its speed.

If it spins at a certain rate, the Sun will rotate faster than Earth.

If a particular amount of spin is allowed, the rotation of the planet will also accelerate.

The amount of rotation the Earth has is determined by its radius, which is about half of the distance from our planet to the Sun, and its radius squared.

That is, the radius of the center is the square root of the radius squared, which means the radius is the same for both sides.

If you rotate the earth, you’ll rotate the Sun about the same amount, which in turn means that you’ll spin the Earth around the same rate, which makes the rotation much faster.

If there were no rotational force on the Earth (which is very unlikely), there would be no speed.

It’s also important to remember that the rotation rate of the entire solar system is only about 1 second per year, which isn’t fast enough for a planet like Earth to spin at an angle to the sun.

In order for a rotation to occur, the rotational energy needs to come from somewhere, which doesn’t happen unless the rotary energy comes from the sun itself.

That energy is called the “gravitational force.”

The gravitational force acts as an axis and holds the rotation, but it also has an inverse.

That inverse force keeps the rotations spinning in the same direction.

If that reverse force were strong enough, then the Earth would rotate as fast as the sun does, but then the rotation would stop when the gravity stopped.

That’s why the rotation rates of the planets are measured in years, not miles per year.

But the sun doesn’t rotate much, so the Earth doesn’t move very much either.

If the Earth had a solid core, we’d expect to see a small amount of friction between the earth and the sun to keep it spinning.

But there is nothing there.

Instead, the core is the stuff of a black hole.

When the sun shines, the temperature of the core drops to about 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit (5,500 degrees Celsius), and that’s why it’s called a blackhole.

This happens because when the core heats up, the material it contains heats up to about a million degrees Fahrenheit or even hotter.

When that happens, a very small amount starts to flow through the center, which can create a black circle, which happens when that temperature drops to zero.

If this black hole was rotating at a slow enough rate to keep the core at that temperature, it would create a spinning black hole in the center.

The spinning black holes are called supermassive black holes.

If an object like the Earth came out of a supermassive or superdense black hole, it wouldn’t be spinning very fast, because the mass would just be too great.

Instead the object would just slowly spin along its axis.

When a black-hole spins, it creates a gravitational field, which keeps it spinning