My name is not "Mr. Anonymous".LOL, Lets see if this can get the tooth out... Mr. Anonymous: Can/does a Tachometer measure the approximate number of rotation's in time?
YOU are the one that brought up the term "accurate".Dare I risk the tooth came out OK, I dare.
Do you object to the use of an "accurate" tachometer, that is demonstrably accurate/acceptable to you, in the context of a conceptual model to discover the one way speed of light.
Then why did you bring up the term?FYI Accuracy is not a part of conceptual modeling. Accuracy comes in to play in latter phases of a project.
So why did you use the term "accurate"?In the conceptual phase of development accuracy is assumed to be within the range of acceptable error. During the phase of engineering and or construction the feasibility of the project will be likely discovered. If the model does not meet the accuracy and or is technologically out of reach, the concept may or may not survive as viable. At this point I am only arguing the concept, nothing more.