24 hours a day (Here's a  day clock)

IT'S NEARLY HEAR - THE NEW MILLENARY, Mark Agius explains how his ten hour clocks will work.


In the beginning God created heaven, and earth.
And the earth was void and empty, and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the sprit of God moved over the waters.
And God saw the light that it was good; and he divided the light from the darkness.
And he called the light Day, and the darkness Night. And there was evening and morning one day.
And a few days later or so Man decided to divide the day up into 24 hours!

The current 24 hour clock system.

24 hours = 1 day 12 hours = a day 60 minutes = 1 hour 60 seconds = 1 minute 86,400 seconds = 1 day

The new 10 hour clock system.

10 new hours = 1 day 5 new hours = a day 100 new minutes = 1 new hour 100 new seconds = 1 new minute 100,000 new seconds = 1 day

If you wish to convert a 12 hour analogue clock into a 5 hour analogue clock then;

1) Print-out the 5 hour clock face below,
2) Cut-out the picture, (don't forget the hole in the center)
3) Remove the hands from your 12 hour clock face,
4) Stick the new 5 hour clock face onto the clock, and put the hands back on.

If your clock strikes-out the chimes on the hour then you must turn-off this feature.

OLD FORMAT; Template for a 12 hour clock ( day clock face). NEW FORMAT; Template for a 5 hour clock ( a day clock face).

The current 24 hour system.

The local time in your area is (12 hour, day clock).
The local time in your area is (24 hour, 1 day clock).

The new 10 hour system.

The local time in your area is (5 hour, day clock).
The local time in your area is (10 hour, 1 day clock) Reload this page to update the clocks..

A BBC (Acorn) basic program that simulates a BBC TV CEEFAX page describing the 10 hour format.

Download BBC archive.Click here to download the Acorn RISC Archive file, (for Acorn 8bit and 32bit computers only)

The BBC basic program as a text file for non-Acorn computer users to read.

Download text file of BBC basic program.Click here to display the BBC basic file (for non Acorn RISC computers)

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This page was created on; 24/05/1997
and was last updated on; 22/06/1998
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