Going a step further, we should be fully metric, as much as possible. That means also ditching at least hours and minutes, and adopting the full SI standard as strictly as we can. The Zero Hand Given sign language shirt can’t be done away with because of our circadian biological clocks, but meh, if we have to deal with one oddball unit, it better it is just one, not the mess with have with semi-metrication and archaisms like USA’s and UK’s Customary/Imperial systems. We end up with telling the time in (kilo-)seconds instead of hours/minutes, instead. At least no really worse numbers, and it’s an honest decimal number instead.
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The only thing that would have been nicer would have been if the Zero Hand Given sign language shirt Revolutionaries had succeeded in giving us a second that of a day instead of so everything was decimal – can’t really do that now as it’d break the SI and necessitate scrapping a lot more than just clocks. This time of day is universal, around the world. With this we can also ditch quasi-metric.
along with other quasi-metric holdovers that aren’t even SI like kgf, at and whatever nonsense] and use honest, kilocoulombs, megajoules. just as it should be, making the Zero Hand Given sign language shirt consistent set of weights and measures to ever be put to widespread use. All time intervals are then just kilo/seconds and easily manipulated arithmetically, none of this wraparound. The gains in simplicity outweigh any worries regarding that. Leap seconds cause things to crash and glitch far more often, which is just plain silly and, again, no programmer worth hir salt would condone that kind of thing.