[time-nuts] finding time astronomically.

Jim Lux jimlux at earthlink.net
Tue Jan 24 00:56:50 EST 2012

On 1/23/12 6:07 PM, J. Forster wrote:
>> I think you'd want a slit, not a pin hole.  The pin hole would be
>> better but it would only work one day a year.
> Actually two days per year, unless it was adjusted for the summer or
> winter solstice, then it'd be one.

Accompanied by robed assistants chanting ethereal rhymes, we align the 
pin hole at the solstice.  In such a way we will achieve the very 
11-ness of timing. We must, of course, enclose it to make sure that it's 
not crushed by dancing dwarves.

(couldn't resist)

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