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    Re: Powder of Sympathy
    From: Brad Morris
    Date: 2013 Apr 6, 23:53 -0400

    Dang it.  I watched H1 tick off time until my wife literally dragged me away. 
    There is no corresponding H1 app in the android market.
    Brad

    On Apr 6, 2013 11:38 PM, "Hewitt Schlereth" <hhew36---.com> wrote:

    Yes, Brad. For iPhone I see it is now called H1 Longitude Sea Clock. For iPad I is now H1 Longitude Time Keeper.
    
    Hewitt
    
    
    Sent from my iPad
    
    On Apr 6, 2013, at 6:52 PM, "Brad Morris"  wrote:
    
    > Hewitt
    > 
    > Is H1SeaClock for the iPhone?  That app is not in the android store.
    > 
    > Brad
    > On Apr 6, 2013 7:34 PM, "Hewitt Schlereth"  wrote:
    > 
    >> ------------------------------
    >> 
    >> Norm, have you seen app called H1SeaClock? The clock goes; the pendulums bob to and fro; it strikes the bells. I cannot watch it without grinning. If you know Paxton's song about the wonderful marvelous toy - this clock has that same kind of whimsical aura.
    >> 
    >> Hewitt
    >> 
    >> 
    >> Sent from my iPad
    >> 
    >> On Apr 6, 2013, at 3:04 PM, "Norm Goldblatt" ** wrote:
    >> 
    >>> As usual, a wonderful, friendly and scholarly reply.  Yes, I loved Sobel's book and devoured her "Galileo's Daughter". My other go-to author/historian/scientist is Amir Aczel who has written on the compass, Fermat's last theorem, Descartes in a way that cements the historical and scientific events and times firmly in the memory.
    >>> 
    >>> Yes, she did dismiss Lunars, and I wondered why. Not from personal experience, but because it made sense to me. Nice to see that you guys take it seriously.
    >>> 
    >>> My most memorable excursion while visiting London, was my day trip to Greenwich, where I saw Harrison's clocks.  H1 is definite proof that he was indeed, MAD, in a good way. (Come to think of it, I'm now wondering if I actually saw it or have just seen photos of it. Anybody know if it's on display?)
    >>> 
    >>> Spent a few days with Sobel while on an eclipse expedition a few years back and have corresponded with her occasionally over the last few years.
    >>> 
    >>> Norm
    >>> 
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