The Earth feels as if it's still there, as we live on Earth. But the Earth rotates on its own every day at an incredible speed of about 1300 kilometers per hour. Because it rotates like this, the sun's interface moves with time, and we feel the day and the night. In particular, the Earth has a faster rotation speed than other planets. I'm going to try to solve the question of why these shapes happen. The Earth began with a primitive planet and was created through a virtuous cycle of using powerful gravity to pull materials around and scale them up, thereby creating more powerful gravity and absorbing materials farther away with that powerful force. At this point, you pull the materials around you and collide with the Earth, and the energy that's generated is slowly building up, causing the Earth to rotate, and the virtuous cycle that we're talking about above, has led to a faster rotation speed. That's why the Earth is rotated from west to east. The solar system basically revolves around the sun, all the matter goes west-east. In the process, energy would also be transferred to the west, east, when the materials that were attracted to the Earth were held to the earth because of the acceleration direction. So it's only natural that the Earth rotates to the west-east. Here we can have one question. Why is the solar system itself orbiting west-east? There are many hypotheses about this, but the most likely one is Kant's Nebula. According to Kant, the solar system was born about 4.6 billion years ago, and this central sun was created by the energy generated by the gravitational collapse of a huge molecule cloud, resulting in a mass of mass coming together. Meanwhile, the gravitational pull of the sun caused it to travel from west to east. And that's what happened, because of the zero gravity of the universe, it kept the same direction and speed. As time passed by, the orbital axis of each planet became more and more planets rotating. But not all planets are the same as Earth's axis of rotation The Earth's axis of rotation is only about 23.5 degrees, but Uranus is about 99.7 degrees tilted, so it's almost spinning, just like planets There are planets that are tilted in the opposite direction of the Earth. Scientists believe that the reason why planets orbit is that even if the solar system that contains them explodes, they are rotating to preserve the planet's momentum. This argument is gaining credence on the grounds that even the famous black hole can often be observed spinning fast.