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Why there’d be no time zones without trains


Before wristwatches, smartphones, and Siri, we used to tell time by the Sun -- but about 100 years ago, that all changed. So what happened? Well, it's a story of time, space, speed, and arriving at supper before angering all the other guests.Mar.07.2018


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