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To be clear, the amount of time it takes for Earth to complete a single rotation has increased by only a fraction of a second over the last 2,500 years.
However, if humanity had been measuring time with an atomic clock that started running back in 700 BC, today that clock would read 7 p.m.
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Thanks to hundreds of records of lunar and solar eclipses carved in clay tablets and written into dynastic histories, modern scientists have determined that the speed at which Earth spins on its axis has slowed by 1.8 milliseconds per day over the course of a century, according to a report published Wednesday in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A.
It may not sound significant, but over the course of 2½ millenniums, this deceleration adds up to a time discrepancy of about 7 hours.