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When the Earth Stops Spinning

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Twenty-four hours after the Earth stands still, a geyser of steam and dirt shoots into the air at a Chicago playground (reenactment).

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The Earth revolves at 1,000 miles an hour. But what if it significantly slowed and eventually stopped? See how humans and creatures might cope in this changing world.

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