Sorry Pavel, but you need to brush up on your physics. Remember that for any rotating object, there are two forces: centrifugal and centripetal. The first creates an illusion of gravity - but only so long as the person stands totally motionless. The moment this condition is broken, the difference between gravity (or constant acceleration at 9.8m^2) and centrifugal force becomes painfully apparent. On Earth, if you throw a ball straight up, it comes straight down (assuming no strong winds). On the inside of a rotating surface, when you throw a ball straight up, it arcs to one side. What this means is that when a human moves under such conditions, the inner ear registers a totally different signal from that being sent by the eyes. The result: nausea, dizziness, and confusion. It gets worse if the person attempts to move their entire body. This is why we should never imagine that Sci-Fi is any basis for real-world outcomes. For more information you can read my latest Medium article: https://allanmlees59.medium.com/why-there-are-no-space-faring-civilizations-9c979597df77

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Anyone who enjoys my articles here on Medium may be interested in my books Why Democracy Failed and The Praying Ape, both available from Amazon.