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Shourya Towers Private Ltd. has been in the construction field since Feb 2004. This company is now a well-known company and has done projects worth INR 4055 crores in the past years. The Shourya Group has been erecting many residential and commercial buildings in Ghaziabad, Indirapuram and greater Noida. Now you can great your dream home as Shourya Group is offering 99% finance (Loan to a purchaser) which makes it stress-free for anybody to purchase their fantasy home.

AURA CHIMERA BASED IN GHAZIABAD

They are ideal housing solutions and have affordable houses in Ghaziabad. Aura Chimera Ghaziabad is developed by the Shourya Group at NH-58 Ghaziabad. It is one of the most contemporary residential projects blooming in Ghaziabad. Shourya Group is one the most advanced leading firm which has homespun many residential and commercial project and Aura Chimera provides affordable houses in Ghaziabad is one of them for handiness of comfort.

Aura Chimera Ghaziabad incorporates 12 towers with 2 BHK apartments, size ranging from 955 sq. ft. to 1755 sq. DPS Ghaziabad and Alt Chowk is about 1km from Aura Chimera and Hindon, Mohan Nagar, Anand Vihar, Ghaziabad bus stand are all about 2 to 6 km from these apartments. It is one the most well-known commercial complexes in Ghaziabad and this property is ready for sale. According to the master plan of Aura Chimera rainwater harvesting will play a vital role in maintaining greenery. These apartments are beneficially situated in the midst of lively neighbourhood and accessible to centre attraction of the city.

Are you looking for affordable houses in Ghaziabad or affordable houses in Delhi NCR? Then you need to have a look at the amenities this project serves you with. You will have Garden Maintenance staff, security, Clubhouse Library. They provide independent floors at Nh-24 Ghaziabad. Health and fitness include availability of swimming pool, tennis court, Gymnasium and indoor games. The play area makes it kid friendly. There is Intercom Wi-Fi Broadband Internet connection

The kitchens have been provided with Granite counter and stainless steel sink. The toilets have wash basins and provision of hot and cold water. Standard qualities of fittings have been used. All hardware includes metal fittings in all doors and windows. The external wall finish is coated with permanent texture finish.

Shoryapuram: an integrated township built in 105 acres of land

Beyond the horizon, under the endless blue sky, among mesmerizing viridian shades of trees, you can find your address at Shoryapuram NH 24 Ghaziabad.

Shoryapuram complexes in Greater Noida comprise of 12 upright towers rising above skylines. Offering spacious apartments, Independent floors at Nh-24 Ghaziabad, and the apartments will be glowing with joy, surrounded by an astounding landscape? Each tower offers the lines of 1/2/3 BHK apartments, all decorated with best of basic amenities. The units are with ample sunlight along with the touch of soft breeze, and a huge open space between the blocks of towers. And in addition to everything, these apartments are amazingly pocket-friendly as anyone’s current home or future destination.

The Low Rise Apartments on NH 24 Ghaziabad are built on 105 acres lush green surroundings off the busy Highway, close to well-known places Ghaziabad City like Kavinagar and Bulandshahar. They provide Facilities like security, health, education, transport and apartments which have Independent floors at Nh-24 Ghaziabad.

The apartments also provide tree-lined, wide roads, 24-hours water supply, ample parking space, 2 lifts in each block, adequate power back up, professional Security Management, modern firefighting system, shopping facility within the complex and proper walking & jogging tracks.

So, don’t be late! To take a break from your busy schedule in life, grab your seatbelt and journey towards a beautiful future in Shouryapuram – in the island of greenery among the city of concrete.

ALSTONIA APARTMENTS

“The Alstonia, luxury condominium is beneficially located in the midst of a lush green environment is one of the most well-known commercial property in greater Noida. These apartments denote pure “class” and totally fit for one’s lavish lifestyle. This beautiful residential project is developed by renowned architect Edward D Silva, SAA Singapore created especially for those who admires joys of life and believes in living life in great comfort.

Are you looking for commercial complexes in greater Noida or Luxury flats in greater Noida? Then you must have a look at salient features and specifications this project serves you with.

Some salient features provided are three Tiers round the clock security, modern fire fighting systems, controlled entry and exit; tree Lined, well lit, wide Roads and ample parking space.

Other features that have been added in these apartments are Hi-tech Waste Management system Adequate Power Backup, Broadband connectivity for all apartments; Cable connection in all apartments through centralized control system, RCC framed an earthquake resistant structure. The bedrooms, dining, and drawing rooms have been provided with vitrified tiles, wooden flooring of master bedroom and group IV ceramic tiles in dressings, toilets, balconies. Kota stone or Baroda green marble are used in staircases and corridors.

All doors and windows, chowk harts have been built with sapwood with spirit polished or painted, flush door shutters as well as wooden glazed window shutters. Main doors are designed with night latch and door eye fittings. Kitchens are of granite counter, stainless steel sink, and drain board. Fitted glazed tiles, geezer and exhaust fans will be provided along with R.O. water system. Toilet doors are with attractive borders and branded glazed tiles. Standard chrome plated fittings with hot and cold water pipe system, shower, mirror and towel rack.

The Shourya Group presents affordable luxury apartment along with commercial areas in same vicinity. This is the best opportunity so grasp this deal and own a luxurious house in the popular Delhi NCR region. The group is also offering 99% finance free loan so to help the buyers grab the deal instantly without any difficulties or worries. So hurry up before the deal goes off.

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Genetic link to migraines discovered by researchers

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Monday, September 27, 2010

New research published in the journal Nature Medicine has shown a link between a faulty gene and migraines. Scientists hope that this discovery will lead to improved pain management treatments for sufferers, with possible benefits for pain treatment generally.

The breakthrough involves a gene known as TRESK, thought to control the brain’s reaction to pain: if it is defective, then many normal activities and actions will be painful. Migraine sufferers (thought in the United Kingdom to number about eight per cent of men and eighteen per cent of women) often complain that light, noise and touch cause pain. TRESK can potentially be affected by drugs that would change the point at which it reports pain, which would alleviate the suffering of those with migraines. Now researchers will need to find such a drug.

The study involved scientists from the Medical Research Council Functional Genomics Unit at the University of Oxford and from Canada. They looked at the DNA of 110 people with migraine and members of their family, and found that TRESK was a major component in migraines. One of the Oxford researchers, consultant neurologist Zameel Cader, described it as a “once in a generation find” and said that it could “potentially lead to a treatment for pain in general.” Before this study, no genes had been directly linked to migraines, although parts of the DNA that raised the general risk had been found.

Migraines are described by the World Health Organisation as a major worldwide cause of disability. In Britain, it is estimated that migraines affect 20 per cent of the population, with about 190,000 migraines occurring daily and over 25 million lost days from work every year. Lee Tomkin, director of a sufferers’ charity, Migraine Action, described the news as “fantastic” and “genuinely a really great step forward.” Professor Peter Goadsby from the Migraine Trust termed it “a novel direction to consider new therapies in this very disabling condition.”

Massive earthquake hits Indonesia, no tsunami risk

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

An 8.6 magnitude earthquake occurred off the Indonesian coast at 08:38:37 UTC today, causing a tsunami watch to be issued over the entire Indian Ocean.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the quake struck at a point 308 miles (495 km) southwest of Banda Aceh, the provincial capital, located on the northern extremity of the country’s Sumatra island, at a depth of 20.5 miles (33 km). Local media reports suggest that people in Sumatra fled from their homes and offices in fear. The 8.6 quake was followed by a quake measuring 8.2 on the Richter Scale.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) advised authorities to “take appropriate action”, stating that they were not aware whether a tsunami had occurred yet. The earthquake, initially believed to be 8.9 on the Richter Scale was later revised to be an 8.7 and finally an 8.6 quake. In reaction to the earthquake, the Indonesian disaster management agency noted that power had been shut down in Aceh. Moreover, people were being warned by sirens of the danger and were going to higher ground. Agency spokesman Sutopo said: “The electricity is down, there are traffic jams to access higher ground. Sirens and Koran recitals from mosques are everywhere.”

In its report, the PWTC issued a tsunami watch for 28 countries, including, but not limited to Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, Myanmar, Thailand, Maldives, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Mauritius, Singapore, Bangladesh, miscellaneous Indian Ocean islands, Pakistan, Somalia, Oman, Iran, Bangladesh, Kenya, South Africa and Mozambique. They mentioned that “[e]arthquakes of this size have the potential to generate a widespread destructive tsunami that can affect coastlines across the entire Indian Ocean basin.”

The tsunami warnings were initially issued for Indonesia after the 8.6 earthquake and later issued for a further two hours after the 8.2 earthquake hit the Aceh province. The watch was lifted for Myanmar, Australia and Malaysia. Later, India too ended its tsunami watch, with a scientist at the Indian tsunami warning center noting that “the danger has passed”.

Earlier, the tremors were felt as far away as Bangkok in Thailand and south India, particularly in Bangalore and Chennai. According to locals, people left their buildings in Bangalore on feeling the tremors. The Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Service issued a red high-level warning for the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The southeastern coasts of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu were put on lower warnings. According to Sky News, people residing near the coast were asked to move away from the sea in India. The tremors there reached upto the northern city of Kolkata. Kolkata and its surrounding areas felt tremors, also felt in North 24 Parganas and the town of Siliguri in the same state. Several people rushed out of their office as windows and doors rattled due to the quake, while some buildings developed cracks. Metro Rail services were suspended in the city, and people were asked to leave the stations.

Similar warnings were issued by the governments in Sri Lanka, where mild tremors were experienced at Colombo. The tsunami warning was however lifted after 6 p.m. local time. But the government advised people not to go close to the sea. Smith Dhamasoroja, of the National Disaster Warning Foundation, predicted that Thailand would have to face a tsunami as the earthquake was so powerful. Thai Meteorological Department deputy chief Somchai Baimoung however stated that no warning had yet been issued. Later a warning was issued in the country and subsequently lifted. In Bangladesh, two tremors were felt. But the authorities stated there was no fear of a tsunami.

Amy Vaughn of the U.S. Geological Survey told Sky News that because the earthquake was so massive, “a large body of water is disturbed by the movement of the fault”. Therefore, since the epicenter was so close to the west coast of Sumatra, “it could be devastating for the region.” In Malaysia, high-rise buildings shook for over a minute.

Indonesia straddles the Pacific Ring of Fire, a major earthquake belt. On December 26, 2004 a 9.2-magnitude earthquake in the same area triggered massive tsunami waves, killing almost 220,000 people.

Negotiations for hijacked Saudi oil tanker begin

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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Vela International Marine, the Saudi Arabian company that owns the MV Sirius Star oil tanker which was captured by pirates on November 15, has begun negotiations with the Somali pirates.

The Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al Faisal said that talks had begun, but he did not say whether a ransom would be paid. Vela International Marine, which is owned by state-owned Saudi Aramco, would only say it is “working toward [the crew’s] safe and speedy return.”

“We do not like to negotiate with pirates, terrorists or hijackers,” said Saud al Faisal in Rome, after speaking with Franco Frattini, the Foreign Minister of Italy.

Dubai-based television network Al Jazeera broadcast an audiotape of a man who said he was with the pirates. He identified himself as Farah Abd Jameh.

“Negotiators are located on board the ship and on land. Once they have agreed on the ransom, it will be taken in cash to the oil tanker. We assure the safety of the ship that carries the ransom. We will mechanically count the money and we have machines that can detect fake money,” the man said. He did not mention any specific amounts for the ransom.

We do not like to negotiate with pirates, terrorists or hijackers.

The British Foreign Office released a statement Wednesday which identified two of the crew as chief engineer Peter French and second officer James Grady. The rest of the 25-man crew are from Croatia (1), Poland (2), Philippines (19) and Saudi Arabia (1). They are all reported to be safe.

Foreign Secretary David Miliband said that the Royal Navy was coordinating a European response.

Dominique Montecer, the director of operations at GEOS Group, a corporate risk management firm, cast doubt on a military response.

“Everything is possible but it would take extraordinary means and organization, and the risk of an ecological disaster is very high. They are sitting on a bomb,” Montecer said.

“It’s certainly a very complex environment to work in — a Liberian-flagged vessel, owned by a Saudi company, in Somali waters, with so many different nationalities on board,” said Lt. Nate Christensen of the United States Navy when asked about the possibility of taking back the Sirius Star by force.

“Shipping companies are already making decisions not to go through the Gulf of Aden, and making the decision to take the much longer route around the south of Africa,” said Peter Hinchcliffe, marine director of the International Chamber of Shipping. “And with the increase in intensity of attacks, that is something that is going to be much more frequent. It’s adding let’s say an average of two weeks to the passage time.”

Since the capture of the Sirius Star, pirates in the Gulf of Aden have taken at least three other ships. These include a Chinese ship carrying wheat, a Greek bulk carrier, and a Thai fishing vessel.

The International Maritime Bureau reports that Somali pirates currently hold 14 ships along with an estimated 250 crew members. Since January, there have been over 30 hijackings in the area, while another 60 ships have been attacked.

Among the ships still held is the Ukrainian cargo ship MV Faina, which has a cargo of 33 Russian T-72 battle tanks, as well as other weapons. The Faina was hijacked on September 25.

Meanwhile, the Indian Navy has reported that it encountered and destroyed what it called a pirate “mother ship” on Tuesday. India dispatched frigate INS Tabar last month to protect its merchant shipping in the Gulf of Aden. The pirate vessel reportedly threatened the Indian frigate after it was hailed.

Several NATO members, as well as Russia, India and Malaysia have all sent warships to the region to protect merchant shipping in the area. The Combined Task Force 150, formed as a multinational coalition in the War on Terrorism, was restructured in 2006 to aid in anti-piracy efforts.

50,000 people refuse evacuation after flooding in India caused by river changing course

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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

The Kosi River changed course one week ago to a path which it has not taken for over 100 years. While 900,000 people were evacuated by rescue workers, new data has revealed that 50,000 people, from the town of Saharsa, have refused to leave their homes.

Advertisements in local newspapers have been used to encourage the people who are still remaining in the area to leave soon. People are encouraged to go to one of many camps, which are funded by the government, to seek refuge from the continued flooding.

People have also started to return to their homes, due to the fact that they have seen the water level drop by over half of a metre in some areas. This is despite statements by officials emphasizing that people may need to stay in the camps for up to six months.

Approximately 1.2 million people are estimated to have had their homes flooded by the disaster. 42 people have been confirmed dead, although The Australian has reported that the actual death toll is likely to be much higher.

The incident started when gushing waters quickly overflowed the channel boundaries on both sides at a rate of about 200 meters per day, flooding vast tracts in Supaul, Araria, Saharsa, Madhepura, Purnia, Katihar, parts of Khagaria and northern parts of Bhagalpur, as well as adjoining regions of Nepal. About 2.7 million people are affected by this flood disaster of massive dimensions, with about 900,000 people in the affected areas having moved to 285 relief camps and 249 health centers. An estimated 100,000 are still trapped in various villages without food or drinking water since several days ago when the crisis began.

During the last 250 years, the Kosi has moved its path up to 150km westward on multiple occasions, leaving behind a series of paleochannels. The river is a tributary of the Ganges, with catchment areas in the Nepal Himalayas, one of the fastest rising mountain chains, flowing through a 150-kilometer wide and 180-kilometer long alluvial fan. Fast silting of the channels by the tons of annuvium brought down by the river makes it drift off so often that it is often cited as one of the text book examples of a dynamic river system to geologists.

In a Show of Force Mexican Federal Forces Remove Oaxacan Protesters from Oaxaca City centre

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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

After five months of tense protests in the Oaxacan state capital, Oaxaca City, in Southern Mexico, Mexican president, Vicente Fox, ordered Federal forces to remove protesters and striking teachers from the city centre. On Sunday, Mexican police forces clothed in riot gear, armed with tear gas and assault rifles, and backed up by armoured vehicles took up positions on the edge of the city to begin their march into the city centre.

A male protester manning one barricade was killed as federal police stormed the city, Police did not immediately confirm that.

But it is still uncertain whether more than one million schoolchildren would return to classes Monday in the embattled city where riot police and burned-out vehicles still line the streets.

Oaxaca suffers from a stand-off between the state government of Oaxaca and the People’s Popular Assembly of Oaxaca (APPO), a consortium of groups including teachers, farmers, and other workers. The impetus for federal involvement in Oaxaca appears to stem from the murder of four protesters and wounding of at least one other by state-sanctioned paramilitaries on Friday the 28th. Also potentially contributing to federal interdiction could be a desire, formed following the protests in Mexico City after the country’s recent elections, to forge stronger ties between Vicente Fox’s National Action Party (PAN) and the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).

The protests began in May as a teacher’s strike. Police and state forces – often in plain-clothes – have shot at protesters, setting off clashes in which at least eight people have died.

It is still too early to tell when federal police will withdraw from Oaxaca City. Protesters have decided to abandon the centre and regroup at a local university. The protesters accuse Ruiz of corruption and rigging elections. Daniel Reyes a teacher, told reporters “We are going to leave this area . . . while we regroup and look at strategies to recover this area,” leaving open the possibility of continued protests, extended federal occupation, and ongoing violence.

Australian state of Victoria swears in new cabinet

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Friday, August 3, 2007

At 11:20 a.m. in the Australian state of Victoria, the Governor David de Kretser started the ceremony for the swearing in of the new Brumby’s cabinet, attended by family and friends of the ministers. This comes a full week after the resignation of Steve Bracks from the top position, and his deputy John Thwaites.

The ministers and their portfolios are:

  • John Brumby has the role of Premier as well as the ministries of Multicultural Affairs and Veterans Affairs,
  • Deputy Premier Rob Hulls has the Industrial Relations and Racing,
  • Gavin Jennings Environment and Climate Change, and Innovation
  • Lynne Kosky has Public Transport and the Arts,
  • John Lenders is the new Treasurer,
  • Justin Madden retains his portfolio of Planning minister,
  • James Merlino takes on multiple roles of: Minister Assisting the Premier on Multicultural Affairs, Sport and Recreation and Youth Affairs
  • Maxine Morand Children and Early Childhood Development
  • Lisa Neville has Mental Health, Community Services and Senior Victorians,
  • Tim Pallas retains Roads and Ports,
  • Bronwyn Pike changes to Education,
  • Tony Robinson has the multiple portfolios of Gaming, Consumer Affairs and the Minister Assisting the Premier on Veterans Affairs,
  • Theo Theophanous retains Industry and trade and major projects, gains minister for Information Technology but loses Small Business,
  • Richard Wynne has Housing, Local Government and Aboriginal Affairs,
  • Peter Batchelor has Energy and Resources, and Community Development,
  • Bob Cameron retains Police and Emergency Services, and the Corrections portfolios,
  • Joe Helper retains both Agriculture, and Small Business,
  • Tim Holding has the Water, WorkCover, Finance, Tourism and Major Events and the TAC Ministries,
  • Jacinta Allan has the Regional and Rural Development, and Skills and Workforce Participation from the Education Ministry.
  • Daniel Andrews has Health

Weakening Dean makes landfall on Mexican coast

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

After gaining strength in the western Caribbean last night, Hurricane Dean made landfall as a Category 5 storm on Mexico’s Yucatán coast at about 4:30 a.m. this morning (EDT).

The storm struck just north of Chetumal, the capital of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. However, hurricane-force winds were felt over 60 miles (~100 km) away from the center of the storm, and tropical storm conditions impacted areas 175 miles (280 km) away.

The Mexican government ordered the deployment of over 4,000 troops, and declared a state of emergency in the state of Campeche. Some areas braced for up to 20 inches (510 mm) of rain.

Dean made landfall as a category 5 storm, before being downgraded hours later to a category 3 storm. Later Tuesday afternoon, Dean was downgraded to a category 2 storm. Currently, the storm maintains category 1 status, with top sustained winds at 85 mph (137 km/h).

The hurricane moved towards modern oil installations of the Yucatan Peninsula, prompting evacuations of offshore oil rigs that produce most of Mexico’s oil and gas.

Forecasters warn the storm could pick up strength as it crosses the Bay of Campeche and turn into an even more destructive hurricane before making a second landfall on Wednesday.

A hurricane warning remains in effect along the Gulf Coast of Mexico from south of Progreso to Tampico.

Forecasters do not believe it presents a threat to the United States.

Dean is being blamed for 13 deaths already.

Weakening Dean makes landfall on Mexican coast

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

After gaining strength in the western Caribbean last night, Hurricane Dean made landfall as a Category 5 storm on Mexico’s Yucatán coast at about 4:30 a.m. this morning (EDT).

The storm struck just north of Chetumal, the capital of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. However, hurricane-force winds were felt over 60 miles (~100 km) away from the center of the storm, and tropical storm conditions impacted areas 175 miles (280 km) away.

The Mexican government ordered the deployment of over 4,000 troops, and declared a state of emergency in the state of Campeche. Some areas braced for up to 20 inches (510 mm) of rain.

Dean made landfall as a category 5 storm, before being downgraded hours later to a category 3 storm. Later Tuesday afternoon, Dean was downgraded to a category 2 storm. Currently, the storm maintains category 1 status, with top sustained winds at 85 mph (137 km/h).

The hurricane moved towards modern oil installations of the Yucatan Peninsula, prompting evacuations of offshore oil rigs that produce most of Mexico’s oil and gas.

Forecasters warn the storm could pick up strength as it crosses the Bay of Campeche and turn into an even more destructive hurricane before making a second landfall on Wednesday.

A hurricane warning remains in effect along the Gulf Coast of Mexico from south of Progreso to Tampico.

Forecasters do not believe it presents a threat to the United States.

Dean is being blamed for 13 deaths already.

The Benefits Of Using An Outdoor Atomic Clock

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The Benefits of Using an Outdoor Atomic Clock

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Father Time

An atomic clock is a type of clock that uses an atomic resonance frequency standard as its timekeeping element. They are the most accurate time and frequency standards known, and are used as primary standards for international time distribution services, and to control the frequency of television broadcasts and GPS satellite signals.

Atomic clocks do not use radioactivity, but rather the precise microwave signal that electrons in atoms emit when they change energy levels. Early atomic clocks were masers with attached equipment. Currently the most accurate atomic clocks are based on absorption spectroscopy of cold atoms in atomic fountains such as the NIST-F1.

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National standards agencies maintain an accuracy of 10-9 seconds per day (approximately 1 part in 1014), and a precision set by the radio transmitter pumping the maser. The clocks maintain a continuous and stable time scale, International Atomic Time (TAI). For civil time, another time scale is disseminated, Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). UTC is derived from TAI, but synchronized, by using leap seconds, to UT1, which is based on actual rotations of the earth with respect to the mean sun.

What are Outdoor Atomic Clocks and World Atomic Clocks?

So what is an outdoor atomic clock or a world atomic clock? Well, a lot of people have never even heard of these marvelous devices that will keep you on time every time. They are 100% reliable down to the second. Everyone these days needs one. You need to know about them, and you will certainly need one when you learn how helpful they can be to you.

Designed to hang on your garage or elsewhere on the outside of your house, the outdoor atomic clock will keep time precisely. Major differences between world atomic clocks and regular clocks are that they never gain or lose time. The world and outdoor atomics clock renews itself six times per day. It does so by the atomic movement within atoms within the electrons that surrounds it. Though the exact mechanism might be best understood by a physicist, the most important thing to know is that it that it wont let you down. If will always keep perfect time regardless of time zone.

So many kinds of outdoor atomic and world atomic clocks are available. In fact, you can even get models to hang in your garden so you can keep track of time as you work. Gone is the day of the wrist watch that loses or gains time. Now you can know the time for sure.

How to Use it Outdoor Atomic Clocks and World Atomic Clocks

With the varied uses of the indoor and world atomic clocks, you will find uses that you never thought of. For instance, when camping or other outdoor activities you can utilize it for navigation. These clocks have many more uses then just hanging on your living room wall or hanging outside your garage. Many are weather resistant and just perfect for the outdoors. These are perfect for use in any situation that calls for use in the outdoors.

Atomic clocks and world clocks are so useful that that every family should have at least one. Even if the outdoors isnt calling for you this summer, atomic clocks will always be and wonderful addition to your home.

Father Time invites you to enjoy his blog covering all aspects of atomic clocks and grandfather clocks at http://www.GrandfatherClockChimes.com where you can find resources and comment on all types of clocks. To participate, visit http://www.GrandfatherClockChimes.com today.

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