Another strange thing about 2020: The planet has accelerated.
The speed of the planet’s rotation often moves slightly, depending on changes in wind, ocean currents or the entanglement around the molten core of the Earth. But in the last few decades, this has usually led to a microscopic slowdown. The result was that every year and a half (or more), we had to add a “jump second” to the atomic clock.
But in 2020, the opposite happened – we had the 28 fastest recorded days since 1960. This accelerated the rotation of the planet to such an extent that the Lords of Time, responsible for the clocks of our planet, are considering adding a “negative second jump “: They will remove the time.
Not exactly Tenet, but I̵
“It may be necessary to have a negative jump second if the Earth’s speed increases further, but it is too early to say whether this is likely to happen,” said physicist Peter Weberley of the National Physics Laboratory in Britain. told The Telegraph. “There are also international discussions about the future of leap seconds, and it is also possible that the need for a negative leap second will push the decision to end the leap seconds forever.”
Screenshot of Superman’s reversing time, above.