We’ve written many, many articles on time. We talked about how scientists know that time exists, time's function in entropy, when time came into being, how to simulate time travel with light particles—and probably about 100 other topics related to time (we even covered some highly controversial theories, like the ones which suggest that time doesn't exist at all). However, today, we aren't going to launch into a long discussion on time. Instead, we just wanted to highlight a neat way to measuring it.
In the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho, London you will find a clock like no other. Here, 135 dial clocks are synchronized together to display the time in between a series of stunning geometric shapes. See a video of it in action below.
WATCH: The Most Impressive Way To Keep Time
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