Ok so the planets rotate on their own axis's, in turn, they rotate around the sun, the sun and all our planets combined rotates in turn around the milky way galaxy's black hole, our milkyway galaxy is moving towards the great attractor and now new science confirmed that we are being reppeled by the a great repeller too which all to me is very intriguing. All this is happening at great velocities. That tells me there is absolutely nothing that is staionary ? There is nothing that has absolutely no velocity in the universe, is that correct ? And if the nature of the universe and everything in it is to constantly be on the move, what might it tell us about the mechanics of the universe, what would happen if something is stopped to absolute zero velocity, and if space itself is a medium, what would happen if it stops moving as well. i can't help but think that without motion, our universe will not work and something will go terribly wrong, to me it seems to be comparable to a gyroscope say on a sateleite, if it stops spinning, it goes out of control.