• Everything in the universe is moving, not everything is spinning! We know the universe is expanding... if the Big Bang theory is true, I would not be sure about the spinning part (I would think that the universe is just spreading outward).
  • It depends - to you mean physically spinning like a top (we would have to have a vatage point outside of the universe to determine that) or the physical quantity of spin i.e. non classical angular momentum? Either way the answer is : I don't know :)
  • This is a brilliant question, because the answer is ... No one knows yet. There was a plan to send up a satellite to measure the spin polarization of the microwave background radiation, but the budget was cut.
  • It spins like a top does. Eventually it might lose momentum, but it will take a loooooooooooooooooooooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnngggggggggg time.
  • Very slowly, but there is no way to see it.
  • I think everything is moving (including the universe). However, nobody knows for sure whether spinning is the movement for the universe itself.

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