Scott Manley asks “Can the Human Body Handle Rotating Artificial Gravity?”
I’ve covered this before, in conjunction with my screenplay “Second Epiphany”, where I have a colony of people living in a rotating O’Neill cylinder spinning on Titan, but ready to take off.
He explains the relationship between mass, continuous rotation, and then centrifugal and centripetal forces – and Coriolis effect, which could make baseball or tennis difficult.
And me makes a pitch for a rotating space station some day.
Picture: Johnson Space Center in Houston, embed from Wikipedia, click for attribution