[time-nuts] The first "time nut"?
wbeam at gci.net
Sun May 27 14:54:58 EDT 2007
On Sun, 27 May 2007 18:42:17 +0000, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
>In message <4659C94A.3030206 at febo.com>, John Ackermann N8UR writes:
>>[...]and if one was gaining a half second
>>on the other, he would wear it on the outside of his wrist instead of
>>the inside, so that gravity changed the rate of the tuning fork [...]
>I'd expect that the author got this wrong, it would be the temperature
>change that did it.
Nope, The author got it right.
I have an Accutron 214. It runs fast six up and slow twelve up.
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