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As was explained on the other thread, the gravity field from a spherical shell, on the inside of the shell is zero. The only way you could walk on the "inside" would be if it was spinning with sufficient speed. Try referencing the old SF book by Larry Niven called "Ringworld" where he had a similar concept but on a larger scale (since proved to be unstable as a matter of interest). The sun would have to be a lot smaller too
If it were not spinning we would fall towards the central sun, assuming it has mass. Without any central sun, we would float about in zero-g
Yesterdays nonsensical science fiction becomes todays science fact. Re: Arthur Clark's communication satelites etc etc