Messenger: Zion Black Jerusalem Sent: 6/9/2017 6:57:44 PM
The earth and the atmosphere are two different entities, not one, and are not attached together in any way,so they cannot move together.
Unlike a car or plane or train, which have a roof and an enclosed atmosphere within them, the earth does not have a roof, or an enclosed atmosphere, but a dense sea of air and moisture sorround her ; which fortifies my argument.
If the earth moved at all, we should expect intense and endless winds in the direction opposite to the earth's movement or rotation, like riding in a convertible car with the roof down, or in a horse-drawn chariot whose horses are madly excited with speed.
More fukkery. Dont teach your children this.
Gravity is what keeps the atmosphere attached to the earth.
HERE IS THE ANSWER WHY AND PROOF
Where would the winds come from? Space? Space have winds? You need an atmosphere to have wind.... Man cant just smoke ganja read two chapter and decide say he know physics