This is incredibly ignorant (and worse, the result of a drunken conversation), so I apologize in advance, but: If you worked out the mass of an average human being, and suspended them in space at the average distance of the Earth to the Sun (but subtracting the existence of the Earth and moon), and made them immobile (i.e. not drifting in any particular direction or what have you) - would they eventually be drawn toward the sun? Or would they drift toward the nearest planet? Or would they stay where they are because the mass is so small relative to everything else? What elements would be used to deduce the answer, or if the question is based on fundamentally flawed notions, what are they? Anyone care to indulge a dullard?