Harrisons & tuning

George Dawson george at QK_Vux52CTfOnuTw33PZiJHfGAG1ZzzrQJPTkS8qgpdJvyMOoAzenXmf7c4oJC_xHTHPQwFpfq_bajmz288S5EtAw5Uq.yahoo.invalid
Mon Sep 21 15:12:29 BST 2009

The Harrisons produced marine chronometers, clocks with wooden works which
require no lubrication, one of the earliest tuning machines, some of the
first ball bearing units, etc.

I think they can be excused the odd thing which hasn't gone right!


Whats your claim to fame??




From: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com [mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com]
On Behalf Of Robert Lewis
Sent: 21 September 2009 11:47
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Looney tuning



At 11:10 21/09/2009, Charles wrote:

>I wish I could be at your lecture in Cambridge, instead I have just 
>arrived in Northampton from London, en route to Loughborough.

Where the men in white coats may be waiting.


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