As the planet Earth is accelerating, “the planet spins faster than in the past 50 years,” experts say.
However, the world does not slow down for everyone. In fact, as World Time officials are speeding up, suggesting a one-minute cut by one second, the Telegraph reported.
Data show that Gradually our previous 24-hour daily turnover has been reduced, making the day a little shorter.For example, Sunday lasted just 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59.9998927 seconds, according to TimeAndDate.com. And although the planet’s rotation rate may accelerate or decrease slightly on a day-to-day basis due to natural land and sky disturbances. The astronomical calendar trend indicates that the years have been shortened..
For example, 2020 exceeds 28 times the shortest date in 2005 and 2021 is scheduled about 19 milliseconds shorter than the normal year.With an average daily deficit of 0.5 milliseconds
Watchers of the world are used to playing with time. Since the development of the atomic clock in 1960, 27 times the “leap seconds” have been added to compensate for slower rotation, according to EarthSky.org. However, the last time the modifications were requested was in 2016. TThe world started spinning faster than usual, and now scientists suggest it. The “negative second leap” possible to balance the time. With our position in space
“Of course It is right that the world is rotating faster than any other time in the past 50 years.Peter Whibberley, a senior research scientist with time and frequency groups at the National Physical Laboratory, told the Telegraph.
“It is quite possible to use a negative leap second if the Earth’s rotation speed is further increased. But it is too early to say if this is likely to happen, ”Whibberley continued. He added that” international debate … about the future of the leap second “will determine whether the timekeeper continues to try to compensate for the time it takes. Lose or not
It is possible that The difference in fractions does not occur at each level. But that impact is critical to science and technology.As navigation and satellite communications depend on synchronization consistent with the universe.
As a result, some national leaders have attempted to eliminate the lig second revision altogether in favor of the unimpeded use of the atomic clock with shorter and total days. Ultimately, the decision will be released at the 2023 World Radiation Communications Conference, according to the report. telegram.