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… I introduced a security camera and as I was recording I noticed a band of light move across the monitor. As I watched it made the canopy appear to furrow just like a flag does. It appeared to be as if on water. I would love to tell you about what happened then but you would accuse me of smoking my own product, which by the way I don't.
Now what if we increased the rotation of earth, we would in effect be moving forward in time.
Geological evidence for increasing day length can help us pin this time down more accurately. Tidal records laid down in ancient estuaries can show daily, monthly and seasonal cycles in alternating deposits of sand and silt. They indicate that 620 million years ago the day was 21 hours, says Mardling. Since the dinosaurs lived during the Mesozoic era, from 250 million years ago to 65 million years ago, day length would have been longer than 21 hours and probably closer to 23 hours..