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El eje de la Tierra se alteró. La razón tiene que ver con nosotros
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El eje de la Tierra se alteró. La razón tiene que ver con nosotros

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Los científicos sabían que la línea central de rotación del planeta podía moverse. Pero en algún momento a principios de la década de 2000 las cosas cambiaron dramáticamente.

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