Time Service Department:
The official time in the United States. It's where the directorate of
time works. Why does time needs a directorate, and what does he do?
The Official U.S. Time: I wonder
if this link agrees with the previous link?
World Time: Click on this globe
to see its local time.
The Long Now Foundation:
These people are building a 10,000 year clock that goes cuckoo every
thousand years. It's an effort to create a long view. Sounds good to
A Walk Through
Time: A history of time keeping from ancient clocks to present day
HOROLOGY - The Index: A list
of links relating to timepieces, the science of keeping time, astrological
positions, etc. etc.
More Sundials: They seem to
A nice presentation by Encyclopedia Britannica of clocks from sundials
to atomic clocks.
Time Scale: An explanation of measuring geological time.
Time: Looking for the perfect clock?
Quartz Watch: The ins and outs of quartz watches.
Times of Our Lives:
An extensive discourse on time and humanity.
World population at any particular time.
Time Management: For
those who wish to control time.
bookmarks: Links to over 100 web sites dealing with relativity,
ranging from novice to Ph.D.. Einstein himself would be impressed. Check
out the visualizing relativity and relativistic raytracing sections.
Time Travel Game: Fly to a nearby star, and check out your relative
Lots of quick time movies. Unintelligible to the layman, but they're neat to look at.
Time Travel in Flatland:
Applying special and general relativity to flatlanders, those people unfamiliar with a
The Twin Non-Paradox:
An explanation of the twin paradox. It has a neat interactive graph that shows the
dynamics of near light speed travel.
A Virtual Space-Time Travel Machine:
Loads of images, each representing a modern-day scientific abstraction, concretized
into shapes and colors. You may want one of these for your desktop. I did. Look around.
Or two Space
and Time: A college course discussing old and new theories of time.
How Time Works