[time-nuts] Anybody have suggestions for time related science fairprojects?

Bill Hawkins bill.iaxs at pobox.com
Fri May 11 01:39:37 EDT 2018

Well, how about the frequency drift between a pendulum, a tuning fork,
and a crystal.
Atomic standards could be added depending on availability.

Bill Hawkins

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Subject: [time-nuts] Anybody have suggestions for time related science

A few months ago, I was a judge for the county level middle school
science fair.  (I'm not very good at what they wanted, but that's a

What sort of interesting time related experiments can a middle school
geek do?

Borrowing serious gear may not be off scale as long as a youngster can
run it.


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