Examples for Using Universal Time Link
Here, we look at some examples to help explain how to use UTTP time. Posting UTTP time as a Universal Time Link to an audience is easy. UTTP Time by itself is a tokenized time code, but when incorporated into a web link, it becomes a Universal Time Link (UTL), which turns time into a clickable internet time link. Now everyone can use time as a link. When a recipient clicks a Universal Time Link, UTTP calculates their local time on the spot, making time zone conversion truly effortless. Using UTTP Time eliminates any further need for reference to time zones, & eliminates the need for time zone conversion calculators.
Time itself as a concept has been open to many interpretations, but at the most fundamental level, time is all about an accuracy of predictability. Now, this predictability is required reliably & easily by the global audience for single time requirements. In most situations regarding international time negation, UTTP Time will hopefully become the future of World Time. Airport VDU screens, travel itineraries, military & aviation flight plans, NASA missions & web site time-stamps may well all begin using the UTTP Time standard in some form in the future, or at a time when it is firmly established with the general public. Below are some depicted scenario examples of how UTTP time can be used, particularly in the form of a Universal Time Link: