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Originally posted by Bedlam
Originally posted by blink7522
Radiation can effect digital timers, however unlikely in this case. Nuclear warheads require special timers or shielding.
I saw that movie too. Wasn't that the one where they tried to act like Prell shampoo was plutonium, and the kid used pieces of C4 about the thickness of a graham cracker with no lensing as his compression drivers?
Originally posted by Disclosure Agent
that's been pretty much happening to any clock I have seen lately that isn't sync'd up with internet updates..... my alarm clock and microwave have been slowly getting further ahead of my phone and PC and has been tripping me out...
I wonder if this is the reason or just coincidence....
I'm in NSW Australia....
i had a friend who has since retired and passed away..he worked for the power company.his job was keeping the power grid syncronized at exactly 60 hz useing frequency counters @ 60 cycles per second i asked him what if they were alowed to drift? clocks would go out of whack tv and radio could be damaged.any equipment useing electricty can be affected
Originally posted by silo13
So by this account could it be the solar flares that are sending things askew?
Originally posted by purplemer
wowthat is stange. do electronic watches run on pulsating crystals. Are we about to find out the pulse can change. Just like we recently found out radioactive decay rate can also change...