On 2009 Feb 20, at 14:36, Chris Dolan wrote:
UTC: TAI with an offset, as corrected for the actual revolution of the
Earth: usually 60 seconds in a minute, but occasionally 59 or 61.  60
minutes in every hour (so 3599, 3600, or 3601 seconds), 24 hours in
every day (86399, 86400, or 86401 seconds).

Yes, just as I said: a constant offset between each of the proposed

Read again; a leap second was added at the end of last year, that's not exactly "constant".

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