Anomalies with Watches & Clocks

Discussion in 'Perceptions & Experiences' started by Toroid, Dec 6, 2017.

  1. Toroid

    Toroid Founding Member

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    Yep, I replaced the batteries. It was two hours fast again this morning. This evening I'll remove then reinsert the batteries and let it auto set.
     
  2. Toroid

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    At 16:55 PST I removed then reinsert the batteries and it found the signal. The lesson here is it pays to read the manual.
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  3. Rick Hunter

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    But, what fun is that?
     
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  4. Toroid

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    Last night I noticed the La Crosse clock in the kitchen was three days ahead at 04/27 and the clock outside was correct.
     
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  5. nivek

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    Ahead?...How can that be?...
     
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  6. Toroid

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    I don't know. I've documented anomalous readings for two identical clocks for years. What direction they're facing seems to be a factor. It's a pain to get them to set themselves and I usually have to do it manually. According to the manual it's best to let them pick up the time signal in the evening due to wave propagation.
     
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  7. Rick Hunter

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    Hmm, interesting! Any high strange occurrences in this area that you've heard of?
     
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  8. Toroid

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    Yesterday the La Crosse clock in the backyard was 12 hrs. 2 min. fast with a date of 02/08/2004. There was a lightning storm on the 20th and it could have made the clock set itself to the default date.
     
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  9. pigfarmer

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    Lightning strike, big clock? Well, the default date wasn't 1955 but any suspicion of meddling with the time stream?
     
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  10. Toroid

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    There's a picture of clock in post #1. Today it was one day behind showing 03/22 and I set it yesterday. That's the Skull & Bones number. I heard the number means the year Jesus was actually born. Clif High said in a YT video that all the people depicted in Jesus' era wore medieval clothes. I have one La Crosse clock outside, one inside and a third that's a newer model. The most problematic one is outside and maybe there's corrosion effecting the electronics. The manufacturer could have fixed the bugs because the newer one has been problem free. If my watch or clocks are exactly one hour off it makes think I was abducted and it's not a DST issue. In a James Rink roundtable discussion one of his guests said his watch was exactly one hour off and he later found out he was off world for two weeks. If that's actually happening I should return with a T-shirt, coffee mug or some other souvenir.
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  11. Toroid

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    The La Crosse clock outside shows yesterday's date in the morning and displays the correct date in the evening. I think a lightning storm we had gave it more problems. :(
     
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