an iota of difference c

Within the field of mathematics an iota, or i, describes an imaginary unit of measurement, while within figures of speech "not one iota of difference" describes a change or shift so fractical it is unobservable.

The following collection of iota's of time (taken from a Wikipedia entries entitled ''List of humorous units of measurement' / ''List of unusual units of measurement') couples the concept of imaginary units of measurements with the difference that they manifest - from calculating the duration of a single moment, to aligning with a dog's life cycle, to reflecting upon Galactic orders of magnitude.

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