Comments:NASA scientist: Chile earthquake may have shifted Earth's axis, shortened day

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72.144.141.156 (talk)23:02, 2 January 2011

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69.231.121.1 (talk)03:06, 28 October 2010

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124.180.197.137 (talk)04:20, 7 October 2010

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so if there was to be half a million mor earthquakes days would be shorter by 1 second :O

86.43.99.41 (talk)18:58, 29 September 2010

Why does it never work in reverse?

Why is it that all these earthquakes always shorten the day. Why can't they work in reverse and make the day longer? I dunno about ya'll, but I could use a few extra hours in the day.

ShakataGaNai ^_^18:20, 3 March 2010

i wish it would say more about the effects of a shorter day and moved axis. I'm surprised someone hasn't said that this "stopped global warming" yet.

74.129.138.159 (talk)01:13, 4 March 2010
 

Just a million more earthquakes and the day will be a whole second shorter. Oh my.

Fishy c (talk)02:47, 4 March 2010

Actually I did a quick calculation and at this rate in 4 billion years days will only last 16 hours!

Flaviusvulso (talk)09:27, 25 March 2010
 

Gwah, it is backwards!

Mikemoral♪♫02:49, 4 March 2010
 

Alexander...

Man....!The Earth will destroy herself...the Earth will not be in the space for a couple of years...All that started with the sumatra earthquake....we are the last generation that will survive...

77.29.82.71 (talk)23:01, 5 March 2010