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Some people would obviously stay way too long in the sun.And the difference in g-force would be in the order of 0.0033 g or less than half a percent - at the equator.
As far as I know the Earth's rotational velocity at the equator is in the region of 1,800kph. I'm pretty sure that if the Earth suddenly stopped spinning, that would equate to a lot more than 0.0033g
(I'm not sure how to calculate g-force with zero deceleration time. Would it be infinite?  )
If the earth stopped then I would carry on doing 500 MPH until I hit the wall.
Just trying to imagine where to fix the brake on that you would need to stop the Earth from spinning, not to mention how hard you should have to squeeze that brake.