Ok this is kind of a weird question...but: Assuming that something on earth that is not moving is still in reality moving because of the planet's rotation around the sun, and assuming also that even the sun which seems to be stationary is also moving about the galaxy, and so on and so forth on to galaxies and clusters, etc., couldn't it be said that nothing can ever be stationary? At some point in the logic, could it be said that in order for something to be really stationary it would have to be moving at the same speed and in the same direction as the expansion of space? I know this is a lot of assuming but just bear with me. So, what if the above was true, and what if something, by nature, could be made to simply stop "moving"? Depending on the relative speed of space's expantion, couldn't that thing be moving, relative to us on earth, at possibly very great speeds? Obviously this is a ton of conjecture, but what of it anyway?