On Jan 1, 2007, at 22:56, Steve Allen wrote:

Then let's improve the infrastructure for communicating the best
estimation of earth orientation parameters.  Then in a world of
ubiquitous computing anyone who wants to estimate the current
rubber-second-time is free to evaluate the splines or polynomials
(or whatever is used) and come up with output devices to display that.

This is fine, but leaves open the question of when 9:00am is here in
Seattle. And why not transmit rubber-second-time as well, where
technically feasible (such as over the internet)?

What is a good source of earth orientation parameters, btw?

Ashley Yakeley

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