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In 1773, John Harrison finally collected his prize, despite decades of political intrigue, the backbiting of academic elites, and scientific revolution. With his marine clocks, John Harrison tested the waters of space-time. He succeeded against all odds, in using the fourth dimension to link points on the three dimensional globe. He wrested the world’s whereabouts from the stars, and locked the secret in a pocket watch.

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Mark Shupe

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Mark Shupe writes about economic and political freedom.

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