Fact: Science has a number of different ways of defining time. To cover just a couple: There’s astronomical time, which is measured in relation to how long it takes Earth to rotate on its axis. In astronomical time, a second is 1/60th of a minute. And then there’s atomic time, which dictates the numbers that you’ll see on a clock. According to atomic time, one second equals 9,192,631,770 oscillations of a cesium-133 atom. Measuring the vibration of an atom—which, in simple terms, is the gist of what oscillation is—is the most accurate way to track time.
We had errands lined up starting with retrieving my old Canon 60D from the service department at Canon. It was dirty and needed a cleaning. I think I see a new Canon 90D in the near future.
Then we went to the movies to see if I had left my sunglasses there last week; no luck!!
Then off to the market to get some goodies we needed for dinner and finally, we stopped on the way home to visit Jan. She was missing us.
Returning home we got lazy and watched a couple of movies before crashing. The new roll-around cart with the 60″ TV is perfect for the kitchen and breakfast room.