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Who invented the first watch


Who invented the first watch

Who invented the first watch

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The invention of the watch is not written anywhere in the pages of history. But behind it is a history of three thousand years. At that time the Egyptians discovered the method of measuring the land and the idea arose among them about measuring and they also wanted to measure the time. The original ‘sundial’ or ‘shadow clock’. To make a ‘sundial’, people put a stick in the open. Then he surrounds the stick with small and big chakras. He writes on the wheel various signals which signify various watches. When the light of the sun fell on the stick, that light would fall on the ground from there in the indicated cycle and from there the time would be determined. One such clock is still preserved in the Berlin Museum.
The time was found by seeing the light of the sun not during the day but at night it made people wonder how to find time. Eyes went to the night sky. They looked for a star in the night sky that would always go from one side to the other. Was finally found. Very bright to look at and a little tall. It rises in the north of the sky and slowly moves south, not only because they rotate clockwise around the center of the pole so that time can be determined effortlessly. Its name is 'Cassiopia'. Looks exactly like the English letter W. The Germans were the first to discover this 'star clock'. They come after the clock ‘water clock’. The Egyptians invented the first water clock around 1400 BC. A funnel is filled with water, and a narrow pipe is placed under that funnel. Funnel water flowed through a narrow pipe into a jar. They would put a light cork in the jar. A time indicator with teeth was cut at the other end of the pot. Water flowed slowly from the funnel into the jar, and the more water fell into the jar, the more the cork floated away. With that the time indicator would start to cut and rotate. Time to say that. The Greeks called it 'Clipsedra'. Then came the ‘hourglass’. It started circulating about twelve years ago. The hourglass was a bit like a water clock. However, this watch requires a funnel with a flat middle. This time he poured some sand over the funnel into the funnel, and the sand got stuck in the middle of the funnel. The sand began to fall through the flat part of the relatively fine and fine-grained sand funnel. There was a scale at the bottom of the funnel. The amount of sand deposited was determined at a specific time. At night, people invented ‘wax clock’ as an alternative to human watch. The first discovery of the wax clock was in China. They used this clock in the manner of a sundial. In the dark room they lit a candle. They set no standards near that light. The wax light fell on that standard. The front part of the standard was illuminated and the back part cast its shadow. The shorter the wax, the longer the shadow. People used to measure time by measuring this shadow.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. According to the information available at the moment, a watch called 'Greattom' was made in London in 128. A watch was made in 1360 for King Charles de France, which is still in use. The first fuse sponsor in America made the watch. There are currently atomic clocks that do not return a fraction of a millionth of a second and time.

There are two such watches in the USNBS laboratory.
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