Many of us have a view of The Earth, and how objects interact with it. And we likely rationalise night and day, and the four seasons of the year, by "seeing" the Earth spinning on its axis once a day, and orbiting the sun once a year.
But when we observe objects plummeting directly to Earth, we rationalise that by seeing the Earth as being still. (How else would they fall directly to Earth?) Could it be that one of these perceptions is flawed?
If you'd like to challenge the perception you hold about the Earth, you can get a free copy of "The Earth - how do you see yours?" by clicking the following link, http://www.thetimetobeisnow.com/Downloads/TheEarth.pdf