« on: Yesterday at 16:44:43 »
I was so busy overprocessing the FtSoLiaV aspect that i completely forgot about the per/sec thingy.A light second is a bit over 7 times the circumference of Earth, yes.
That's taking the circumference out where near vacuum exists.
If you watch the original Reeve superman movies, he flies fast enough to roll back time. I counted, and he doesn't quite go 7 revs per second, and yet the planet visibly turns backwards. So much for physical accuracy.
What would it actually look like if superman flew around Earth at 20 revs/sec?
I did a topic on that once, except without it being superman.