Why is the Sun Slowing Down?

The outer layer of the sun is slowing down, something we've known for decades but haven't been able to figure out until now.

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+4 1. smi commented 20 days ago

I wonder if photons are responsible for slowing down of release of new videos on snotr too? We used to have several tens of videos per day in ancient snotr history, but today we only get a video or two per yearly quarter. I guess number of photons emitted during each video playback of countless snotr users has slowed down video release quite a lot.
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+1 2. ringmaster commented 16 days ago

Conclusion: Never turn on the light in the morning if you want to work fast and move quickly through the rest of the day in sunlight..?