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Sadie 6 month s ago
I always like these posts. Very informative.
       
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Jasper 6 month s ago
Sadie,


Yes very nice.
       
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Geoffrey 6 month s ago
good
       
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Margaret 6 month s ago
I like to see how many I actually know. In today's list, I knew 4, and usually it's less. A few others I recognize after the answer (e.g. #4).
       
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Vinson 6 month s ago
Margaret, I got 8!
       
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Unusual 6 month s ago
#1 wrong, it's a Toblerone fossil
       
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Irv 6 month s ago
compare this with modern kids struggling with Walkman and cassette. same thing. I sometimes ask my old father when I find something unusual what it was used for.
       
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August 6 month s ago
#13 lid is used as shoehorn
       
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“Weird glass ball, suspended by screws, in a metal frame, bronze or gold color in appearance.”

Answer: “It is a Campbell-Stokes sunshine recorder. You place a strip of card into one set of grooves in the piece that curves behind the sphere, point the opposite side of the sphere toward the equator, and the sphere will focus the sunlight to burn a track on the card. The card has hours marked, and the more the card is burnt, the brighter the sunlight was.”

 

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