If the new adjusted revolution of the earth still equaled one day and 365 days still equaled one year, how old would someone be 20 years from now (20 years based on the current rotation of the earth) compared to the new rotation of the earth?
I'm looking for a formula for the summation. (It is understood that a complete revolution around the sun would not be equal to 365 days. For the sake of the equation, leap year will not be factored in..1 year=365 days. It is also assumed that human life would still be possible given the earth's new rotational speed)
Edit 1: The increase in speed will increase by 2% over the previous day's rotation, and it will happen at once at midnight. Midnight tonight will indicate the beginning of the 20 year period (at the current rotational speed)
Edit 2: I suppose a bit of suspended disbelief would be in order for this question. Someone who is adept in physics told me that human life and possibly the earth wouldn't even exist if the rotation of it increased at that amount for that length of time.