What is the speed of the Earth traveling through the cosmos?

In summary, the conversation discusses the concept of the speed of Earth in relation to the center of the universe. The speaker suggests that the speed of light may be zero in relation to the universe, which could potentially solve problems related to its speed. However, this idea is refuted and the conversation ends with a reminder to write with proper spelling and punctuation when communicating with professional scientists.f
  • #1
5
1
what is the speed of Earth as it travels the cosmos,compared with the center of the universe.lets say the big bang starting point.?
 
  • #2
lets say the big bang starting point.?
There is no such thing. The closest you can get to a concept such as this is to find the relative speed between the Earth and the CMB rest frame. This speed is around 300 km/s.
 
  • #3
so we don't now the Earth speed,or direction in space.the true speed at least.my question is.if we don't now the speed or direction of Earth we are.but we measure something with a speed in relation of CBM frame.that we can't go over it even in mathematics.and its always the same.can we imagine that this speed may be 0 in relation not the CBM but the space.?!
 
  • #4
the true speed at least
It is not a question of not knowing something like the true speed, it is a question of the concept not existing.
if we don't now the speed or direction of Earth we are.but we measure something with a speed in relation of CBM frame.that we can't go over it even in mathematics.and its always the same.can we imagine that this speed may be 0 in relation not the CBM but the space.?!
From this it is completely unclear to me what your question is.
 
  • #5
my question is.if the speed of light in relation of the space is 0,and we are traveling with the speed we mesure as its speed.will it solved all the problems we have with its speed? is this a possibility?
 
  • #6
if the speed of light in relation of the space is 0
What does this mean? The speed of light is not zero. This makes your post read like word salad.
 
  • #7
its not zero in relation of CBM frame.it may be zero in relation of cosmos frame.lets say.can it be?
 
  • #8
its not zero in relation of CBM frame.it may be zero in relation of cosmos frame.lets say.can it be?

The speed of light is c, approximately 300,000 km/s, in all non-accelerating reference frames. Note that there is no such thing as a 'cosmos frame'. You cannot assign a frame of reference to space itself or the entire universe.
 
  • #9
i now,You cannot assign a frame of reference the entire universe,but maybe that is the problem,maybe that is why It doesn't vary whether the observer is moving or not.maybe that is why you can't to go faster.you always can go faster.you can not be slower than zero.thats probable.o_O
 
  • #11
i now,You cannot assign a frame of reference the entire universe,but maybe that is the problem,maybe that is why It doesn't vary whether the observer is moving or not.maybe that is why you can't to go faster.you always can go faster.you can not be slower than zero.thats probable.o_O

Unlikely.
 
  • #12
@john1800 please read the PF forum rules on post quality. Your posts are illegible word salad with punctuation thrown into randomly replace spaces. This type of communication may be acceptable when communicating with your friends by text, but not when communicating with professional scientists at PF. Please write with proper spelling and punctuation.

This thread is closed.
 
Last edited:
  • Like
Likes john1800, davenn and Bystander

Suggested for: What is the speed of the Earth traveling through the cosmos?

Replies
2
Views
554
Replies
5
Views
1K
Replies
3
Views
847
Replies
7
Views
1K
Replies
7
Views
2K
Replies
8
Views
926
Replies
1
Views
814
Replies
2
Views
764
Back
Top