24 Hours Don’t Make A Day

A way to avert stress and achieve more.

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Since the beginning of civilization, humans have believed that 24 hours make a day. There’s been no reason to question this postulation. Clearly, it took 24 hours for the world to come back just the same way it was the day before. Science holds that the Earth rotates around its axis in 24 hours, but the inference that a complete rotation makes a day…




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