" I appreciate that the clock-blessed may have doubts about the truth of his
sources. But the fact is, you need a larger sample size to better estimate
error. The man who is happy in his ignorance has not considered that
calibrated doubt can be more satisfying than unjustified certainty."
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Just like being trapped in a speeding car with the in-laws; Time is
relative. And even if you are in a localized frame of reference it never
goes faster.

*Ms. Tisha Hayes*


On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 9:18 PM, Adrian Godwin <artgod...@gmail.com> wrote:

> That may be an article of faith for those who haven't experienced the
> delights of time-nuttery, but to be fair, the man with n<2 clocks doesn't
> know what time it is either. Even if n=1, he only believes he knows what
> time it is.
>
> I appreciate that the clock-blessed may have doubts about the truth of his
> sources. But the fact is, you need a larger sample size to better estimate
> error. The man who is happy in his ignorance has not considered that
> calibrated doubt can be more satisfying than unjustified certainty.
>
>
> On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 11:01 PM, Dana Whitlow <k8yumdoo...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> > Pity the poor man who has (n>1) clocks, for he knows not what time it is.
> >
> > Dana
> >
> >
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