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07 June 2018, 04:59 | Edward Lowe
Earth Days Getting Longer, Thanks To The Moon
Stephen Meyers calculates the distance of the moon from Earth concerning its distance 1.4 billion years ago. Eventually, the moon started moving away leading to 24-hour long days. The way skater slows down his spinning speed by stretching his arms out, the spinning speed of Earth is slowing down as the moon is distancing itself from the planet.
The researchers used a statistical method for the study, called astrochronology i.e.
These variations were collectively known as Milankovitch cycles and they determine where sunlight is distributed on Earth, which also means they determine Earth's climate rhythms.
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This is because Earth's movement is at least in part determined by the bodies around it, such as other planets and the Moon, which exert force on it.
"One of our ambitions was to use astrochronology to tell time in the most distant past, develop very ancient geological time scales". They also found that the Moon has moved about 44,000 kilometres away from Earth over the last 1.4 billion years or so and continues to drift away at a rate of 3.82 centimetres year after year.
A current research study has actually recommended that more than 1.4 billion years back, a day on the Earth lasted for simply 18 hours. Suppose if a person's average life span is 75-85 years, he can get to the effect change of just one- thousandth of a second more.
The study had to surpass over some challenges, such as radioisotope dating of geological samples, the lack of a clear history about the Moon, and the "solar system chaos" theory which says that any early slight variation in solar system's moving parts triggered huge variations million of years later. The system allowed the team to paint a rough picture of what a day on Earth might have been like over a billion years in the past, and better explain the evidence of climate shifts that have been observed in ancient rocks.
Together with Earth scientist Alberto Malinverno of Columbia University, Meyers developed a system called TimeOptMCMC which combines astronomical theory, geologic data and a statistical approach called Bayesian inversion to help deal with uncertainty. The moon even used to be just 22,500km away from Earth when the satellite first formed. According to scientists from Wisconsin, Madison and Colombia Universities, the days on Earth are only about to get longer as the moon spins further away from our planet. At that rate, a full day on Earth will extend to 25 hours - in about 200 million year's time.
Prof Meyers and his team were able to reliably assess from a layer of rock in the geologic record variations in the direction of the axis of rotation of Earth and the shape of its orbit.
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