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Originally posted by Essan
Originally posted by Hellas
My question would be, how could we even know if our clocks stopped, when EVERY clock stopped?
What could stop a pendulum. And then restart it again? Think about it.
Originally posted by IrVulture
Actually, My clocks DID stop!
Somewhere between "Tick" and "Tock"....
But they started right back up again, after about a picosecond....
Originally posted by LittleVoice731
Would you not have to have been awake and looking at your clock to have noticed that it stopped. If you were not looking at it, but it had stopped, at some point it started again. You would have not noticed it if it had only stopped for a minute or two.
Besides how can a clock be stopped by a magnetic field interruption? Maybe a huge pendulum would....
Originally posted by Shoonra
No clocks stopped. Simple proof: The precise times for sunrise and sunset for a place (such as my hometown) are calculated for every day of the year and remain the same year after year, and the clocks were exactly right when sunrise and sunset happened after Jan 10th as they had been before.