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    Re: Arificial Horizons and Tea
    From: Bruce Stark
    Date: 2003 Jul 9, 12:55 EDT

    Stayed up past bedtime with the pan of water and pan of tea. An hour after
    nautical twilight Arcturus still couldn't be conjured in the tea. Perhaps just
    my 76 year old eyes. Earlier in the evening the tea had demonstrated
    superiority in reflecting treetops, etc.
    Jared's hunch about boiled water is a concern. This artificial horizon
    drinkability question is opening a new and interesting aspect of celestial
    navigation. Boiled water doesn't show me much. I'm hoping we'll get past the boiled
    water thing and find that the phenomenon depends on a quality inherent in tea. If
    these admirable qualities are in tea, then there's reason to believe they
    will be found more abundantly in red wine.
    Much work remains to be done.

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