Out of curiosity, I've been wondering if it was ever explained how time relates to aging and units of time (particularly days) in The Elder Scrolls' universe. We know that in Skyrim, for example, a day is enough time to perform what we in reality would consider twenty-something minutes of stuff. We also know that a year is 364 days. I then have two questions:
Is it canon for Nirn to complete a full rotation once every twenty-ish minutes (real time)?
Do the major races of Nirn grow at an accelerated rate (would a 30-year old Imperial look like a real life 30-year old or 6-month baby)?