Another strange thing about 2020: Planet acceleration.
The speed of the planet’s rotation often drives something, depending on changes in winds, ocean currents, or rolls around the Earth’s narrow core. But in recent decades, this has slowed down the microscopic circulation in general. The result of this is that every year and a half (or so) we have to add a “leap second” to the atomic clock.
But in 2020 the opposite happened – We recorded the fastest 28 days since 1960. This greatly accelerated the rotation of the planet. The masters of the time who are leading over clocks on our planet are thinking of adding a “negative leap second”: they will Remove time,
not exactly TenetBut I’m very excited. As Live Science writes:
“It is very likely that a negative second jump will be needed if the Earth’s rotation rate continues to increase, but it is too early to say whether this is likely to happen,” said physicist Peter Weberley of the National Physics Laboratory . The Telegraph said, “There is also an international discussion going on about the future of leap seconds, and it is also possible that the need for a negative leap second may lead to the decision to end the leap seconds forever.”
Screenshot of … Superman turns time, above.
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