The Milky Way is moving at over half a million miles per hour. (In the time it took me to type that, we sailed about 1,500 miles through the Universe.)
Inside the Milky Way, the Earth revolves around the Sun at 66,600 mph.
The Earth rotates around its axis at about 1,040 mph (depending on your latitude).
And yet, somehow I feel like I’m sitting perfectly still in this chair.
That’s quite an illusion.