The huge 8.8 earthquake that hit Chile literally rocked our world and changed the entire Earth’s rotation, according to a NASA scientist. It also shortened the length of the days on our planet.
The quake was the seventh strongest in recorded history, and shortened the length of an Earth day by 1.26 milliseconds, according to Richard Gross, a research scientist at NASA’s JPL in Pasadena, California.
Perhaps the shortened day can be used as an excuse for not finishing all your work on time. And how will this affect Daylight Savings Time, that starts on Sunday March 14th?
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