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Originally posted by sparky31
don,t see what that proves,how we do things then to what we do now is like light years so mistakes are easily made,means nothing.
Originally posted by MidnightTide
Actually it is already proven that massive earthquakes do slightly move the Earth's axis, so yes the days do grow shorter.
An example is the Japanese Earthquake:
Originally posted by CircleOfDust
Let's look at the month of February in 1861 first from the Farmer's Almanac in Boston:
It shows on 1 Feb 1861 that:
Now take a look at this site: aa.usno.navy.mil...
1 Feb 1861
That's a difference of 16 minutes.
Fragile Earth? You betcha.
Originally posted by Phage
Until 1884 the time of day was not standardized in the US or the rest of the world. Different localities figured their time of day differently.
In 1884 that changed when, among other things, it was established that Greenwich would be the starting point for time zones.