Ok so some main postulates: The earth is spinning. That would be like a wheel, but alot bigger. It would have to have angular momentum.. right? (rhetorical) So we do indeed have an axis on which earth spins... but we all know it is imaginary. So now for my real questions.. hope your not disappointed. If there was to be an exact point- two of them for a sphere- in which the earth spun about as an axis, and it was pinpointed... would standing there give you more balance than any other spot on earth, besides the other axis? So qusetion two is along the same lines as question one. Starting from the north pole, you start measuring straight down to the south pole. Say you got 2000 million km as the distance... just a random number. with this number you could find an average center.. or equator. So if gravity is the same everywhere on the surface of earth.. is the outward force from angular momentum also the same everywhere? Would you be able to jump higher if you were located on the equator? If the earth stopped spinning, would we all be crushed by gravity? Is the Coriolis Effect more evident arround the equator? This last question is sorta dum, if you were starting to fall backwards, and then *pop* you were standing 90 degrees to where you were, would you still be falling backwards? Ok sorry about any mistakes i may have made, but that is all for now..