Have you wondered just how much national debt America is incurring each day? Maybe you’d like to check the U.S. National debt clock to determine where that debt is coming from. The national debt clock began in 1989 by a New York real estate developer named Seymour Durst. The clock is a large sized display, approximately the same size as a billboard that is affixed on Sixth Avenue in Manhattan. The clock is a seven segment indicator or seven segment display that is used to show decimal numbers. It is similar to the reading of numbers on a digital clock. Not only does the national debt clock show how much debt the nation is incurring, but let’s Americans realize how much their family contributes to it.
For an illustrated version please visit http://www.usdebtclock.org/