The continuum of existence, past, present and future, that can be used to measure and compare events
Time Conversion Rates
1 Minute = 60 Seconds
1 Hour = 3600 Seconds
1 Day = 86,400 Seconds
Milli = 10⁻³ , Micro = 10⁻⁶ , Nano = 10⁻⁹
1 Week = 7 Days
1 Month = 1/12 Years
1 Year = 365 Days
Time, however universal, is hard to define precisely. It is the continuum of existence and measures events and their relativity to others. The SI unit of time is the second, itself defined by the caesium frequency (exactly 9,192,631,770 periods of the corresponding radiation).
The best calculation for the age of the universe is 13.8 billion years. In contrast, the shortest measurable time is one period of the transition of caesium-133, 1/9192631770 seconds.
This calculator uses 365 days in a year, whereas the Gregorian calendar used by most of the world contains leap years. And so, the calculator diverges in certain conditions. In addition, months are calculated as 1/12 of a year, which makes them 30.417 days long.