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If the earths rotation increased would that effect time?

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2010-05-17 12:40:05
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No. Days would be shorter; time itself would hardly be affected.

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Days would be shorter, and there would be more days per year. (And that was the way it used to be.)


If the rate of earth's rotation was increased our 24 hour clock would be inaccurate and we could loose a day. There could be drastic changes as well.


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the curving of the path would curve more than it is suppose to and the straight path due to the earths rotation would no longer be straight



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Well there is true north and there is magnetic north. To be in the centre of the earths rotation you would go to magnetic south in Antarctica



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The rotation of either body has no effect on a pair that are in mutual gravitational orbit. It would have effect at all.


The rotation of either body has no effect on a pair that are in mutual gravitational orbit. It would have effect at all.



The length of the day would be less than 24 hours. The day would be shorter.


Umpteen millions even if it could ever happen.



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