There is indeed evidence for the Earth spinning. It’s called …

Comment on Heliocentric theory is wrong (pt1) by Unimportant.

There is indeed evidence for the Earth spinning. It’s called ‘day’. But if you believe inertia and momentum do not exist, then it’s great to say the Sun does that. It’s also great to ignore tidal forces that would produce, eh? :/. Maybe it wouldn’t. But the fact stands, the Earth bringing low density anything along with it is gravity and inertia. Or have you never played on a roundabout? Suppose inertia exists. Then hovering things make sense! Suppose inertia exists. So do tall buildings! I mean, following your theory, our legs should be swept from underneath us :/ (ignoring your silly ‘It bulges but doesn’t spin’ argument)

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