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Software engineers and timekeepers rejoice as the world votes to end the leap second

The atomic clock was introduced in 1967 as a precise measure of the passage of time. It uses the vibrations of radioactive atoms and is accurate up to 1/15 billionth of a second per year, depending on the element used. Unfortunately, the Earth’s rotation is not nearly as consistent as…

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