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June 29, 2022 was the Earth’s shortest day ever due to a slight ‘wobble’

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An average day is 86,400 seconds, or 24 hours but timanddate.com reported that June 29 was 1.59 milliseconds shorter than that. On that day, the Earth completed one spin in a fraction-of-a-second less than 24 hours. ...

Sean Hannity: According to Democrats, the earth’s imminent destruction is because of climate change

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SEAN HANNITY: IN REALITY, THEY WANT YOU TO FEEL PAIN SEAN HANNITY: The sky is falling yet again. According to Democrats, the earth's imminent destruction is now because of climate change. They really mean it this tim...

NASA lost contact with a satellite after it broke free of the Earth’s orbit

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Sign up for CNN's Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. NASA has lost contact with one of its satellites after it broke free...

More than 40% of Earth’s land surface must be conserved to stop the biodiversity crisis, report warns

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Almost half of the Earth's land surface must be protected to stop the biodiversity crisis, according to a new report published Friday in the journal Science. The research found some 64 million square kilometers (24...

‘Earth’s Black Box’ installation will record climate change data for future generations, creators say

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The "black box," similar to one on a plane, will document events contributing to climate change like pollution and actions by politicians.  The company’s website says its purpose is to give an "unbiased account of th...

Michigan’s Lake Huron sinkhole is a window into how Earth’s earliest forms of life diversified

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Sign up for CNN's Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. Earth hasn't always experienced the 24-hour day we're so familiar wit...

This fossil could be Earth’s earliest known animal

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The fossils were first discovered in Canada's Northwest Territories and new research in the scientific journal Nature posits just that.  103-MILLION-YEAR-OLD DINOSAUR FOSSIL FOUND IN OREGON Researchers said that if ...

One of the brightest explosions ever recorded occurs in Earth’s ‘cosmic backyard’

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The stellar explosion, dubbed GRB 190829A, happened just 1 billion lightyears away in the constellation of Eridanus, which may seem like quite a hike, but the typical gamma-ray burst occurs 20 billion lightyears away...

Reversal of Earth’s magnetic poles may have triggered Neanderthal extinction — and it could happen again

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The reversal of Earth's magnetic poles, along with a temporary breakdown of the world's magnetic field about 42,000 years ago, could have triggered a raft of environmental changes, solar storms and the extinction of...

Earth’s first mammals took it easy and lived far longer than their modern counterparts

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Earth's earliest mammals spent their lives at a more leisurely pace than their modern counterparts, but they lived a lot longer, analysis of some 200-million-year-old teeth has shown. Using X-ray technology, palaeon...

A new mini-moon is about to join Earth’s orbit. It could be a booster rocket from the 60s

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A mini-moon is on track to enter Earth's orbit and come as close as 27,000 miles away. However, rather than some asteroid that will orbit around the Earth, it may actually just be some old space junk that made its w...