On 05/17/2018 12:13 PM, Tim Peters wrote:
Other things can cause the Earth's rotation to speed up temporarily
(like some major geological events), but they've only been able to
overcome factors acting to slow rotation for brief periods, and never
yet got near to overcoming them by a full second.
How long before the earth stops rotating? When it does, will we be tide-locked with the sun, or will an earth day
become an earth year?
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