If you could literally walk across the earth, at an average walking speed of 3 mph, it would take you approximately 2,642 hours to cover the 7,926 miles that make up the diameter of this earth. This equals out to about 110 days (if I did my math right!).
Depending on whether its the radius or the circumference it would be drastically different. The worlds Circumference is 24,860 miles from the Meridian so if you figure the average person might take 20 minutes per mile (assuming they walk to whole way) it would add up to a grand total of 497,200 minutes, 8286.7 hours, or 345 days around the world.
That’s not even including the average amount time spent sleeping/eating.
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