Donna Danna (3 Mar 2024)
"TO GINO:  Except Those Days Should Be Shortened"

In your 2/25 post except those days should be shortened ( you stated the following:

That does not mean that 3 years, or 42 months, or 1260 days, no longer mean what they say, they are still 3 years, 42 months, and 1260 days.

But my question is, since those periods are not shortened, what if the actual number of days that Israel suffers in the time of Jacob's trouble, is shortened?
Could that not be reduced without affecting the length of those other three periods of time mentioned?

The only way that I can think of the days being shortened is if the rotation of the Earth was speeded up somehow, the days would be shorter. Below is an article about it:

Length Of The Day

"The rotation of our planet principally determines the length of the day. A faster rotation speed would mean a shorter day, so the number of days in a year would increase (provided that Earth still revolves at the same rate)."