Today’s data is an Ambigram. It reads the same left and right (like a palindrome) but also the same upside down!
Reverse archaeology where we’ve dug up a piece of ceramic from the Portuguese future?
The more I think about “The Clock that Went Backward” and the more times I reread it, the more frustrated I become with it. And yet at the same time – more impressed!
Dutch cities Zwolle and Deventer are similar in appearance but only because being removed from an age dims the fine detail. Time isn’t fractal – the pattern isn’t visible and identical at all scales.
I don’t know what to say. Time dilation from the speed of my train? Some sort of marketing gimmick? A Dutch national conspiracy, or more proof of the connection between Holland and time travel?
The month of January is named after the Roman god Janus. Janus has two faces – one which faces forwards and the other faces behind. In January we look forward to the new year, but also take time to look back over the year that has been. In a platonic kind of a way, would our memories and desires be selective?
Holland. Well known for being flat, tulips, clogs, windmills and bicycles. Now add hideous table clothes and a strange idea of the English calendar!
Dating for Geeks cartoon strip asks: What would you like most if you were like Marty McFly in Back to the Future?
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