What would happen if we didn't have leap years?
What would happen is that every four years the calendar would fall one day further behind the actual position of the earth's orbit around the sun. Keep it up, and the dates of the solstices and equinoxes would, eventually, shift to the point where summer would be in December and winter would be in July. Originally, calendars were regularly corrected against astronomical events, but that pretty much stopped around 300 AD, and the calendar started to slip. Julius Caesar introduced the leap day, and leap minutes and seconds have been added since then to keep things in line.
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