18th Mar '14 10:30:34 AM xenol
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GPS use atomic clocks for their accuracy because triangulation is based off how long it took from the satelite transmitting to the receiver getting the signal. If it's off by even 1/10000th of a second, you could be off by kilometers. Using atomic clocks have nothing to do with point 2.
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