[time-nuts] How are you going to spend your extra second?
brooke at pacific.net
Wed Dec 24 21:42:40 UTC 2008
It turns out that many large cities in the U.S. have Time Of Arrival systems to
locate where a gun is discharged.
The military also uses time of arrival to locate guns:
so again the topic is time related.
Mark Sims wrote:
> Unfortunately, in many US cities, getting shot on New Years is an all too common occurance. Knuckle dragging idiots celebrate with lots of booze, ammunition, and firearms. At the stoke of midnight they unleash a hail of gunfire into the air... and what goes up tends to come back down. Inevitably somebody (more often than not, a child) will be in the exact place where something comes down.-------------In swedish leap-second translates to skott-sekund, and skott translates
> back to shot, so recalling the recent thread on fire-arms, don't get
> shot on the leap-second.
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