Intelligent conversation has prevailed in the workplace today. This morning's topic was: the earthquake the stopped the earth's rotation for 2 milliseconds.
Much speculation has gone into how we, as humans, KNOW that the earth stopped for those 2 milliseconds. Time actually stopped (apparently). Did we feel it? Were we in the midst of other intelligent conversations and our mind just went blank for that amount of time? Did gravity fail us and those of us with big ass syndrome suddenly felt thin? Did our breasts suddenly become perky again for those milliseconds? (This brings to mind another conversation I have had with the best friend, the WRS, about how breast implants should be filled with helium, but that will be covered on another day.)
How does a person gauge earth rotation stoppage? I didn't witness anyone falling off the planet anywhere, but then again maybe I was alone at the time. (Personally, I think that is the day that I had the epiphany about the ex-boyfriend. My IQ has risen by vast amounts since I shed myself of him. That had to be the result of something drastic.)
Anyone have any other ideas on this?