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The Start Of Calculating Time

The Start Of Calculating Time

The oscillator, invented by Christiaan Huygens and used in most mechanical clocks, measures time with resonance, a pendulum of a fixed length moving back and forth.

This frequency mapping of oscillating movement was improvised in the 18th century by John Harrison.

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