Climate Change And Negative Leap Second

Timekeepers have discovered the world's clocks may need to lose one second to stay on time with the Earth's rotation, which has slightly slowed down. “Leap seconds” have been added in the past, pausing the world’s clock briefly, but one has not been added in eight years. 

Eric Sorensen explains how the "negative leap second" is linked to climate change and why losing one second of time matters much more than you might think.


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