Mystery Gadget 51


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Or after the jump.
     Posted By: Paul - Sun Jul 23, 2017
     Category: Technology | 1910s

Missed it, thought it was related to morse code telegraphy.
Posted by Steve E. on 07/23/17 at 11:15 AM
So, by this measurement, there is no possible way for one to actually "live in the moment" because the moment has passed before one can react to it.
Posted by KDP on 07/24/17 at 08:41 AM
Not me. I don't trust men in military uniform who claim to be doctors. Especially if they want to pat me on the hand.
Posted by Virtual on 07/24/17 at 12:42 PM
Steve E.: So did I, but I did suspect it was to do with testing telegraph operators for speed and accuracy. Needless to say, I'd score about 2/10 for both.

KDP: Yes. So say both neurology and pseudo-Zen.

Virtual: Oh, you naïve darling - it's not your hand they want to pat...
Posted by Richard Bos on 07/27/17 at 11:54 AM
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