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Answered 2010-10-12 11:56:58

It doesn't! The Earth is too massive to slow down.

People starting such hoaxes should be sentenced by international court and jailed! =============================================================== The further north you go, the longer the days. This may be true near the arctic circle, but not for the US, other than Alaska. And it certainly does not happen just over two to three days. Arctic days and nights are gradual things, lengthening and shortening over the course of a year. For it to happen just for the day, the Earth would need to slow down its rate of spin. Not possible for a body as massive as the Earth, without destroying itself as the energy from angular momentum changes so abruptly.

Clearly a ridiculous notion. But whatever the reason is...GOD got the whole world in His hand..so the is no need to worry about it.

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