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Sat Feb 29 23:19:54 GMT 2020
> On Feb 29, 2020, at 12:10 PM, Joel Polowin <jpolowin at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I think that that was intended to mean: lacking instantaneous
> communications with anyone who isn't on the same planetary rotation
> cycle, there's little need for most people to pay any attention to
> anyone's clock and calendar but their own. I've seen hotels near
> airports that had multiple clocks near the reception desk, showing
> times in other time zones, so I can imagine something similar for
> establishments that did a lot of business with off-planet visitors.
And my “phone” has the ability to show the time in many cities.
It is wrong, always, everywhere, and for everyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence.” —W. K. Clifford (1845–1879), “The Ethics” My take is belief should be proportional to the evidence.
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