Now, in 2015, it is behind by a full 36 seconds. This is due to the slowing of the Earth's rotation. To compensate, an extra second is added to UTC every now and then, although they're obviously not doing a great job of this, since we're another 26 seconds back from where we should be since I entered the fray.
The last time this happened was in 2012, and it broke a lot more of the Internet than Kim Kardashian ever could. Most sites have learned how to deal with it since, but you can expect some shenanigans.
That extra second - or Leap Second, if you will - is being added tonight. UTC will go from 23:59:59 to 23:59:60 to 00:00:00.
The question is, what will you do with your extra second, and what time will it be in your location when it happens?
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