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The Corpus Christi Clock
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The Corpus Christi clock is the first clock in the world to show time as relative. It contains the largest ‘grasshopper’ mechanism and includes six new patented inventions. Come and hear the inside story of how the clock came into being. Dr John Taylor, inventor and Cambridge graduate is creator of the Corpus Christi Chronophage.
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