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Wednesday, 6 January 2021

Earth begins to move faster from 2020

Shocking report:Earth begins to move faster from 2020, scientists confused, for the first time in 50 years

Due to the ongoing epidemic in the country, half of the country's people are sitting at home, it seems as if time has stopped, but according to statistics, time is running fast. 

This is not to say that the earth is actually moving faster than usual on its axis, which has reduced the length of the day to less than 24 hours. This motion of the earth is faster than at any time in the last 50 years.

Earth completes one revolution 24 hours ago
Now scientists are also puzzled by how this can be done. Currently the earth is moving faster than normal. Earth is completing one revolution on its axis 24 hours ago.

 Normally the earth revolves around its own axis in 24 hours, but since June last year, the earth has been moving faster on its axis, due to which the time of all the countries present on the earth is changing. 

The scientist will have to change the time of the atomic clock present in their respective space, i.e. this time the scientist will have to attach a negative leap second to their watch. A total of 27 leap seconds have been added since 1970.

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According to a report published in the British website Daily Mail, for the past several decades the Earth has been revolving on its axis for more than 24 hours, but has been circling in less than 24 hours since June last year.

 Earth is currently rotating in less than 0.5 milliseconds in 24 hours, which means we have lost 0.5 milliseconds in 24 hours.

shortest day before 2020 was in 2005, but in the last 12 months this record has been broken a total of 28 times. This change of time can only be seen on the atomic clock, but it can cause a lot of trouble. 

There can be many problems in our communication system, as our satellites and communication systems are set up according to solar time. This time is set according to the position of the stars, moon and sun.

Peter Weibberley, a senior research scientist at the National Physical Laboratory, said it was true that the Earth was completing one revolution in less time than it had planned. This is the first time this has happened in the last 50 years.

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