Portuguese Sidérale Scafusia
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Michael Friedberg Wrote:Very interesting indeed. Some have reported that Hillary wore an Ingenieur when climbing Mt. Everest --which is incorrect but it has been reported, presumably correctly, that he did for other expeditions. But now perhaps it wasn't an Inge but a Mark 11! My guess is that he wore an Inge for some and a Mark 11 for the expedition you've mentioned.
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Regards,JeronimoOmar Khayyám (Persia XI-XII Century) offered that Time should not only be measured in length but also in width due to the intrinsic difference between a minute or other depending on what is happening to the beholder... I wonder how a watch would look like...
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David Hills Wrote:Great post. It would be interesting to know where the watches used by the expeditions ended up.
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