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Atomic clocks so precise...

Started by Bigguy, Nov 29, 2018, 06:52 am

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..they could detect space-time distortions. This is pretty wild actually. Very interesting read. Well, for me anyway. I didn't know these clocks were this precise. I mean that's really cool. The fact that they can detect dark matter is even cooler. They haven't been able to yet but I betcha it's coming.



Yes, very cool. My watch is atomic and sets itself around 3am every morning.



An atomic watch is a wristwatch that is radio¬≠-controlled to keep the most accurate time on earth. its not Nuclear powered  ;) nor are they that expensive, around $50.



Nope, cost me about $25-35 I think. I've had it for about a year or so and works fine. Casio makes it. I bought it for work cause I needed something rugged and cheap cause they tend to get scratched up there. I didn't even know it did that until after I bought it and read the instructions.


Quote from: 🅻🅴🆂🅼🅾🅽🅳 on Dec 01, 2018, 01:04 pmits not Nuclear powered
Lol, I hope not.

That's very cool though. I didn't know they made them.