PRIMORDIAL ALGORITHM CHALLENGE: Which civilization utilized the time frame of 27 hours per day ?
Which civilization utilized the time frame of 27 hours per day ?
Create a primordial algorithm that traces the original culture that designed the Watch Calendar 72927, if such of a culture did or will exist …
If the day reduces its day time in 0,005 sec per year ( or is the variation of 0,002 sec or 0.009 sec per year ?)
.when was the day 3600 sec per hour ?
,when was the day 8100 sec per hour (27x3x100) sec per hour ?
,when was the day 729 sec per hour ?
,when was the day 7290 sec per hour ?
DA=86400 = DAY in seconds = 86400 sec / day
.HA=hour (A) = DA/27 = 3200 sec/hour
.HB=hour (B) = 3600 sec/hr [ 3600-3200=400; 400/0,005 = 80000 years ]
.HC=hour (C) = 8100 sec/hr [ 8100-3200=4900; 4900/0,005 = 980000 years ]
.HD=hour (D) = 729 sec/hr [729-3200= -2471; -2471/0,005 = -494200 years]
.HE=hour (E) = 7290 sec/hr [7290-3200= 4090; 4090/0,005 = 818000 years]
.HF=hour (F) = 21600 sec/
.HE: 818000 Years ago, one hour was of 7290 sec, considering 27 hours per day
.HD: 494200 Years in the future, one hour will be of 729 sec, considering 27 hours per day
.HC: 980000 Years ago, one hour was of 8100 sec, considering 27 hours per day
.HB: 80000 Years ago, one hour was of 3600 sec, considering 27 hours per day
. HA: Today, one hour = 3200 sec, considering 27 hours per day
.27 hrs x 3200 sec/hr = 86400 sec; 86400 sec / 60 sec/min = 1440 min; 1440 min / 60 min / hr = 24 hours
.The 72927 Calendar adjusted today utilizes a unit of an hour defined as 53,333 min
“Scientists think that a large object, perhaps the size of Mars, impacted our young planet, knocking out a chunk of material that eventually became our Moon. This collision set Earth spinning at a faster rate. Scientists estimate that a day in the life of early Earth was only about 6 hours long.”
6x60x60=360×60=21600 sec per day; but 800 sec per hour when a day is defined as for 27 hours.
Variation = 1/500th of a second = 0.002 sec per year
“The length of the mean solar day has increased by roughly 2 milliseconds since it was exactly 86,400 seconds of atomic time about 1.88 centuries ago (i.e. the 188 year difference between 2008 and 1820). That is, the length of the mean solar day is at present about 86,400.002 seconds instead of exactly 86,400 seconds. Over the course of one year, the difference accumulates to almost one second, which is compensated by the insertion of a leap second into the scale of UTC with a current regularity of a little less than once per year. Other factors also affect the Earth, some in unpredictable ways, so that it is necessary to monitor the Earth’s rotation continuously.”