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Even the Earth Wanted 2020 To Be Over in a Hurry

Earth is spinning too fast, breaking records of fastest days in 2020

Image by Krocker Klaus from Pixabay

2020 the year in which the coronavirus pandemic broke out, is finally over. And while for many of us it seemed interminable, this year ended unexpectedly faster. The Earth, in fact, has rotated much faster than the average, with 28 days which have been the shortest…




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