April 7, 2002
An earth day is never exactly twenty-four hours north an earth year exactly three hundred and sixty-five earth days. Although ancient astronomers assured that the designed temples for which they did their work in was tabulating the calendar with the use of the sky, modern scientists have not yet honed in to the exact measurements to finally give the earth day and year its finite length of time. It's because they're dealing in a science that does not contain all things that finite. It must've taken years to pinpoint the solstices since great ancient monuments are designed to do that.