4. The Earth Had a 370-Day Year
In school, we learned that one year is made up of 365 days. While this may be true as of today, it wasn’t always the case – esepically in the age of the dinosaurs!
Millions of years ago when Dinosaurs reigned on The Earth, we actually used to have 370 days in a year. This is because, with time, our planet’s spin is getting slower and slower because of the moon’s gravity dragging our spin. As a result, each day has been getting longer by about 1.7 millisecond every 100 years.
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