Universal New Years Eve
And the results are in! Our clocks are only 1.7 nanoseconds ahead. That's 1 point 7 thousandth of a thousandth of a thousandth of a second. Suck on that, Mars!A staple of New Years Eve is the Timetaking, the reading of a bosonic clock to recalibrate the clocks. Bosonic clocks use the principles of quantum nonlocality to sync up across space, and can only be measured once. Most planets and moons broadcast the Timetaking on official channels. There's a friendly competition among the planets of Sol to have the most accurate clocks, battling down to nanoseconds. Saturn's moon Mimas has the dubious honor of holding the record as most off, once lagging an entire hour behind.
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