Dr. Ray L. Winstead
Professor of Biology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Michael Jenkins' Centesimal Clock

          To see what a working analog percentage metric clock would look like, I recommend that you download and try Michael Jenkins' Centesimal Clock.  Note the screen shot below.  Michael Jenkins lives in Brighton in Sussex, England and has consented to my offering it to you here.

Download Michael Jenkins' Centesimal Clock in ZIP format (132KB).


          The clock runs a little slow, however he has provided a button to occasionally synchronize it.

Current Percentage Metric Time is

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Dr. Ray L. Winstead
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