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taniwha

Worlds slowest rotating man-made object

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Just out of interest after reading about the worlds fastest spinning man-made object,

http://www.unexplain...howtopic=253672 .... I went and dug this up...The slowest rotating man-made object!!

The assembly is driven by a motor turning at 1,550 rpm.

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The final wheel in T.J. Bivins' machine shown in Wellsville, states its speed when plugged in: 3.8 billion years to make a single rotation. Bivins believes the machine is the slowest ever designed.

http://www2.ljworld....nventor_creeps/

Its not exactly an edge of your seat thrill ride but if you will; just focus on the photo above, it also doubles as the official video of the object in full swing! :lol: lol

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Very cool.

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Sorry, that's much faster than the Congress making a decision these days.

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Just out of interest after reading about the worlds fastest spinning man-made object,

http://www.unexplain...howtopic=253672 .... I went and dug this up...The slowest rotating man-made object!!

The assembly is driven by a motor turning at 1,550 rpm.

naslow_t180.jpg?370a03faaa4bde2115f371a02430eb3e6a451be5

The final wheel in T.J. Bivins' machine shown in Wellsville, states its speed when plugged in: 3.8 billion years to make a single rotation. Bivins believes the machine is the slowest ever designed.

http://www2.ljworld....nventor_creeps/

Its not exactly an edge of your seat thrill ride but if you will; just focus on the photo above, it also doubles as the official video of the object in full swing! :lol: lol

Interesting how the Mind can work, if you look at the picture sort of out of the corner of your eye, you'd swear that you could see it moving.

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I'm sure it'd fall apart after a few decades, if it's built like everything else these days. It certainly won't be here in 3.8 billion years to see if it works.

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