Imagine you are spinning on a top. You naturally go to the edge, correct? Well, I have heard that you do not experience acceleration, but I would think otherwise. Though you are moving relative to the object, and the Force that it applies to you should get anything with a mass of one to accelerate at the same rate. This is not true if the mass is greater or less than one, due to the fact that the force is the same on all objects. This is totally Newtonian, and I have a feeling that Einstein changed this, but I have not learned of it yet... Anyway, I am just stating that you would experience acceleration because yours would be less(or is it more? I am assuming that it is your mass plus the object's mass) that the object's. Is this true?