Aluna, The World’s First Moon Clock Powered By The Tides

Last updated on February 6th, 2016 at 07:53 am

Aluna is conceptual design of the world’s first tidal powered Moon Clock which could eventually change the way how we understand the time.

The Aluna Moon Clock is powered by The Aluna Limited not-for-profit organization from the United Kingdom, which organized whole project. Aluna has united a wide range of people, all with a strong and common desire to see this unique project happen. This project is backed up by leading scientists, astronomers, technicians etc.

This structure is designed to be larger than Stonehenge. It will be 40 metre wide. The main structure is based on three concentric translucent glass rings. This Moon Clock will enable following Moon’s movements, its current phase and the ebb and flow of the tides. Using the latest design and technologies, this structure will be powered directly by the tides using turbines.

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  1. This clock will be used to baffle future archaeologists. I spelled that right on my first try.

    I plan to die in some kind of peat bog, giving a double bird. Fsck archaeologists, and anthropologists. Anything we can do to mess with them, I say we do it.

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