Isn't our measurement of time only an approximation?
M Paul Lloyd wrote:Technically yes, twice a day it shows exactly the correct time, whilst one that runs even really accurately will struggle to ever be in sync' more than once a week.
I won't ask what time is
MikeG wrote:M Paul Lloyd wrote:Technically yes, twice a day it shows exactly the correct time, whilst one that runs even really accurately will struggle to ever be in sync' more than once a week.
Excellent response there MPL. Very out-of-the-box type thinking. Just one problem though. Even though this stopped watch shows perfect accuracy twice a day, you never know when it is showing correct time. So that pretty much defeats the purpose.
Shadowwolf wrote:I won't ask what time is
Oh feel free, however, there is the most recent similar topic Time? and if you do a search you'll find more about the board.
M Paul Lloyd wrote:Ah yes the index.
They are by their very nature rather difficult to compile retrospectively and truth be told no-one saw any reason to start something that would be entirely voluntary and therefore unpaid.
I have compiled such lists for other, somewhat older and less significant, publications in the past but sadly I never got around to doing one for Focus, in my defence I have been rather busy.
Does the entire collection exist in editable digital format?
I do think instant access to old Focus articles has value, even to the scientific
ChrisH wrote:The stopped clock would show the correct time every hour if you considered all the different time zones, plus another two times as India has a time zone half an hour different from those either side.
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