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Bldrk
30-12-04, 21:07
Thema:Hougomont viewed on the map, as a geometrical planmexm jopmf1 fie mgjss grmiekrn rdpm3 armh qqsy brg md ktum

E-Mail Adresse:fgjgjgfdk704@saturn.com

The study of time measurement is called horology. People have always sought accurate measurements of time. Ancient people found that the Sun, moon, and stars move in predictable cycles at regular intervals; they used this observation to produce accurate calendars for measuring days, months, seasons, and years. See also equation of time.More complex societies have discovered ways to measure time even more precisely. Sundials enabled ancient people to divide the daytime up into smaller pieces. Civilizations in Egypt, China, and Greece invented water clocks that could keep fairly accurate time in the dark too. Traditionally, aboard ships, a system of hourglasses and ship's bells were used to mark watches and for navigation. Mechanical clocks were developed in Europe in the 14th Century. Today, time can be measured on very accurate clocks, often called chronometers. The best available clocks are atomic clocks.At first, people set their clocks based on the noon sun in their locality. The invention of time zones, north-south strips of the Earth in which everyone's clocks are coordinated, made time measurement standardized worldwide. With only a few exceptions, every place on Earth is part of a standard time zone connected with Greenwich Mean Time (because the benchmark for the world's time zones is the time in Greenwich, England).The development of human understanding of the nature and measurement of time, through the work of making and improving its measurements, (calendars, clocks) and its intuitive concepts (spacetime, general relativity), has been a major engine of scientific discovery since the beginnings of civilization.
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Das habe ich wirklich einfach so bekommen!
Kein Link, keine Werbung, nur dieser Text. Oder habe ich vielleicht etwas übersehen?^^

Ich bekomme übrigens sehr selten Spam.

Bldrk
30-12-04, 21:07
Thema:Hougomont viewed on the map, as a geometrical planmexm jopmf1 fie mgjss grmiekrn rdpm3 armh qqsy brg md ktum

E-Mail Adresse:fgjgjgfdk704@saturn.com

The study of time measurement is called horology. People have always sought accurate measurements of time. Ancient people found that the Sun, moon, and stars move in predictable cycles at regular intervals; they used this observation to produce accurate calendars for measuring days, months, seasons, and years. See also equation of time.More complex societies have discovered ways to measure time even more precisely. Sundials enabled ancient people to divide the daytime up into smaller pieces. Civilizations in Egypt, China, and Greece invented water clocks that could keep fairly accurate time in the dark too. Traditionally, aboard ships, a system of hourglasses and ship's bells were used to mark watches and for navigation. Mechanical clocks were developed in Europe in the 14th Century. Today, time can be measured on very accurate clocks, often called chronometers. The best available clocks are atomic clocks.At first, people set their clocks based on the noon sun in their locality. The invention of time zones, north-south strips of the Earth in which everyone's clocks are coordinated, made time measurement standardized worldwide. With only a few exceptions, every place on Earth is part of a standard time zone connected with Greenwich Mean Time (because the benchmark for the world's time zones is the time in Greenwich, England).The development of human understanding of the nature and measurement of time, through the work of making and improving its measurements, (calendars, clocks) and its intuitive concepts (spacetime, general relativity), has been a major engine of scientific discovery since the beginnings of civilization.
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Das habe ich wirklich einfach so bekommen!
Kein Link, keine Werbung, nur dieser Text. Oder habe ich vielleicht etwas übersehen?^^

Ich bekomme übrigens sehr selten Spam.

ToBiOh
30-12-04, 21:10
hmmm.... toll ... sagt dir die Löschenfunktion was ? http://forums.ubi.com/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif

Bldrk
30-12-04, 21:21
Nee, was ist das?

Ich wollte jetzt halt nur wissen, ob jemand weiß, was das soll und ob wer schon ähnliches erhalten hat-.-

Xeno87a
31-12-04, 04:44
erinnert mich an Erich von Däniken, aber der hat auch einen an der klatsche

miimpo2
31-12-04, 05:35
Xeno?!?

Dunkelelfgamer
31-12-04, 05:38
sind bestimmt irgendwelche deppen die es lustig finden solche emails zu versenden, einfach löschen.

Anubis_II.
31-12-04, 05:49
HHöt sich an wie: Herzlicj´hen Glückwunsch, sie sind das erste Opfer des neuen Virus WurmiDurmi3000! Und dazu erhalten sie Gratis die Information wann ihré gersamte Hardware lahmgelegt wird...

Mahjong1
31-12-04, 05:58
Ja lösch es es ist Spam 100%