time of pieWatch
any one interested din pie. I am making a pie clock for a manuscript, I would like to collect diferent viewpoints on how would such a clock be put together.
were I am at is to wrie pie out as a list like
3.=year=0000 time =12.00mid day
1=year=0000 time =1650pm
4=year=0000 time = 1640pm
4= year=0000 time = 16:36;30pm
5=year=0000 time = 1620pm
9= year=0000 time=1610 pm
then what you would do is work out the time and date of every nth term of pie so life you could start the pie clock ticking at the crucifiction bc/ad year=0000
time =12.00mid day
then you perform the computation again with the next nth term year=0000 time =1650 pm
so what you would then do is scroll across 900million nth terms of pie until you reach todays date.
if you look at the times that I have offered you see that the pie clock ticks very slowly. shame that it doesant tick a bit quicker.
does any one have any ideas on how the pie clock could be set up so as to run theoreticaly fast like scroll all of the times and dates out printed of covering a distance of 1000 years.
all ideas welcome.
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