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Time off the Wrist: Stonehenge
It’s hard to believe, but we’re rapidly approaching the summer solstice, and the days will soon begin getting shorter. It’s easy enough for us to track the time, phases of the moon, changing of the seasons, and many other things with not just our watches, but the power of the internet constantly at our fingertips. But human beings have actually done a pretty good job of measuring these cyclical events for hundreds of years, long, long before anyone could even conceive of a time telling device on the wrist. This article by Sean Lorentzen takes a look at Stonehenge, one of the most puzzling and amazing time telling systems ever devised.