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May 08, 2007


Time has been political ever since the first telegraph cables connected continents. See the examples in the 1884 International Meridian Conference. The principal lesson from that conference is that we need to be able to agree on what time it is, but any such time is necessarily a conventional thing. The outstanding question is what kind of time can we agree upon when there are two very distinct alternatives.

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