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Why Clocks Run Clockwise

Simon Whistler explained why clocks run clockwise in another interesting episode of his series Today I Found Out. Pretty much everyone knows that if you’re asked to pass something clockwise around a table, you hand it to the person on your left because that is the same direction that the hands of a clock move. […]
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