[time-nuts] New Most Accurate Clock

Don Latham djl at montana.com
Thu Apr 1 17:33:20 EDT 2010

Tom: I see this is timestamped today at 13:29. By now the Chinese have
copied the design, developed a surrogate named Nonobtanium which has a
half-life of one week, and are selling knock-offs for $3.95 on epray,
including mailing from Guangdong province.

Tom Van Baak
> I used the new google today and found that a new type
> of atomic clock has been developed which promises a
> revolution in timekeeping.
> Typically national physics laboratories, such as NIST in
> the United States, develop the most precise atomic clocks.
> But today the best clock comes from NUTS, a quiet but
> intense collection of clock enthusiasts, with too much time
> on their hands. Read the full story here:
> www.LeapSecond.com/unclock.htm
> /tvb
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Dr. Don Latham AJ7LL
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