[time-nuts] Thunderbolt stability and ambient temperature
Lux, James P
james.p.lux at jpl.nasa.gov
Wed Jun 17 00:30:09 UTC 2009
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> In a message dated 16/06/2009 23:15:50 GMT Daylight Time,
> james.p.lux at jpl.nasa.gov writes:
> One might wish to be careful about this process. If the
> time-nut leading you to the temperature controlled chamber
> is named Montressor, and the first bottle you sample is
> Medoc, and he keeps commenting on the efflorescence on the walls,...
> And still hinting of the Amontillado!!
Well.. When one starts talking about bottles and temperature stability, it's the first thing that springs to mind. And I just realized, there's another time-nuts relevant story (even more time-nuts related).. Although I don't believe the pendulum is used for time keeping, especially as it length apparently changes.
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