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  • Rahul kumar thankyou
    Tidal friction has lead to increase in daylength by 2.4 milliseconds/100 years by decreasing the Earth's rotational speed.
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  • Sajan sarthak Best Answer
    A large part of it is due to something called tidal braking, which basically means that the Moon's tidal pull is acting like a drag on our planet. "The heaping up of water drags on...
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