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    From the pov of space we're actually standing sideways. like from the pov of space are view of up and down is actually left and right and left and right up and down. It's like the floor and ceiling's are the walls and the walls are the floor and ceiling. Anyone else like amazed by this?
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    That is bizarre to think about...i wanna see what you're looking at...wanna share?
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    i'm not looking at anything, I was just outside enjoying a cigarette and thought about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    From the pov of space we're actually standing sideways. like from the pov of space are view of up and down is actually left and right and left and right up and down. It's like the floor and ceiling's are the walls and the walls are the floor and ceiling. Anyone else like amazed by this?
    From the point of view of space, "up" is directly away from the nearest gravity well, and "down" is directly toward it. That's also true of us personally, because that's what "up" and "down" mean.

    There is no default orientation in space. Astronomers chose the plane of the solar system as a reference for convenience's sake, not because it was intrinsically any more or less valid than any other frame of reference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    From the point of view of space, "up" is directly away from the nearest gravity well, and "down" is directly toward it. That's also true of us personally, because that's what "up" and "down" mean.

    There is no default orientation in space. Astronomers chose the plane of the solar system as a reference for convenience's sake, not because it was intrinsically any more or less valid than any other frame of reference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    From the pov of space we're actually standing sideways. like from the pov of space are view of up and down is actually left and right and left and right up and down. It's like the floor and ceiling's are the walls and the walls are the floor and ceiling. Anyone else like amazed by this?
    That's not bizarre, it's a fallacy. There is no view of up and down in space.

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