Moon is slowing down the earth’s rotation. And that will ultimately lead to an earthquake. This will also ruin the planet’s ecosystem.
Reasons Behind Slow Rotation Of Earth
Earth uses energy to keep the tide forward of the Moon’s orbit. Our planet keeps the tide somewhat forward of the lunar satellite, which keeps the ecosystem in check and splatters oceans from continent to continent. However, to do this, Our planet uses kinetic energy, and that is limited.
Upcoming Causes After Slow Rotation Of Earth
This conveys earth’s orbit is somewhat slowing down as it runs out of energy, and the results could be disastrous and tragic.
A slower rotating globe leads to powerful and more recurring earthquakes. And exactly this case is unclear. As we think like why and how? But space experts believe it could be down to changes in the Earth’s core which finally has an effect on the surface of the earth.
Research And Study Reports
Research from Roger Bilham of the University of Colorado in Boulder and Rebecca Bendick of the University of Montana in Missoula reviewed the earthquakes with a magnitude higher than seven since 1900.
The duo found five years being the turn of the 20th century where there were notably more 7.0 earthquakes.
Prof Bilham said:
In these periods, there were between 25 to 30 serious earthquakes in a single year. With the average of tragic and major 15 earthquakes.
“The connection between Earth’s rotation and earthquake activity is strong and advises there is going to be an increase in numbers of major and tragic earthquakes.”
The ecosystem of Earth will be ruined, and the planet will heat up.
What Will Happen Now?
Once Earth gets into this arrangement, there will change in weather patterns. The night side would cool off, notably during the long interval without solar heating. Indeed, the day would heat up more than it is present.
This difference in heating and cooling may consequence in powerful atmospheric winds blowing from the hot daytime side to the cold nighttime side. In addition, there will no longer be high tides ‘coming in’ and ‘going out’ because the position of the tides will be fixed with respect to the continents.