The Norad Santa Tracker uses advanced technologies and innovation to monitor the movements of Santa Clause. One of the reasons why I just think it is a brilliant concept is that if you have been following the movements of Santa Clause you will get a better understanding of how timelines work and when it turn’s midnight in which country.
If you haven’t looked at it on a map before, it is likely that you are clueless if it is first going to be midnight in the United Kingdom or first midnight in Turkey or in South Africa. If you live in a specific country or continent it might be easier for you to say that it going to be midnight first in Germany before it is going to be midnight in London.
If you move away from your country and you have to pick if it will be first midnight in India or first midnight in China, Japan, Australia or New Zealand it might become more of a challenge. Simply because these countries are close together and one know enough about these countries without knowing to much about them.
During the Santa Tracking stage of the NORAD Santa Tracker, I learned a lot about countries that I never knew before, one of these things include the times midnight occurs in these countries and in what sequence. This is more or less how the NORAD system works. It tracks Santa’s location based on the time when it’s midnight and Christmas Day officially starts.
For me the Norad Santa Tracker system was a fun and at the same time provided an educational experience. If you haven’t tried the Norad system yet, we here at 3D Car Shows highly recommend that you check out the Norad Santa Tracker site to find out where Santa is now, and also to learn more about the way timelines work in different countries of the world.
Happy Holidays from the team here at 3D Car Shows