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Subject Just had a wierd stoned thought to share. How long do you think the average persons stride (step) is through space?
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Original Message Well if we think about it, the average persons stride "through space" must also involve how far the earth spins during the stride, how far the earth rotates round the sun and the sun round the galactic core.

This means the average persons stride "through space" must be in the kilometers range, maybe much more. Talk about one "giant leap" for mankind.
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