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In Reply to: RE: The second hand... posted by musetap on July 01, 2017 at 12:55:07
...is "Now" universal for all observers? Also, isn't biological "now" delayed a few msec while things are processed? IOW, perceived "now" is actually a "then" in absolute terms? And since one observer's processing time does not necessarily = another's, it seems that "now" is not universal for biological observers.
The CLC is set to display time that is well in the future of the local time of the customer wherever he happens to be. At least two hours in the future. Thus, even accounting for daylight saving time the clock will always display time in the future.
If time did not exist man would have to invent it.
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