It's impossible that the hour hand be exactly between 3 and 6 with the minuet hand on the 12...whoever did this is not an engineer
@KingArthur44, broken clock. The new kind of engineering art.
@KingArthur44, not yet.
@KingArthur44, whoever did this is not an artist. Most likely an engineer.
@KingArthur44, could be a 24-hour clock.
@KingArthur44, I know and it hurts my brain :(
@KingArthur44, *there are three kinds of people
@KingArthur44, the hour hand says 4:30 but the minute hand says 4:00. I don't know who to believe!
@KingArthur44, it's exactly 4.5 o'clock
@KingArthur44, this is two year old but the hour hand could definitely be right where it is. It could have been put together incorrectly, it could have come loose, or someone could have just held the minute hand in place while pushing the hour hand off of where it is suppose to be
The previous picture also applies to engineering students.
@A Sergal, ouch
@A Sergal, hey, just because I had to sit out on the water a little longer doesn't mean it wasn't worth it.
@A Sergal, reference ID=127393
It's so true. I just finished my first quarter at Milwaukee School if Engineering and I'm now accustomed to 3 or 4 hours of sleep
What is sleep?
I am both of these...
Can confirm. Four years in and I still get no sleep :(
The hour hand shows 4:30 not 4