Is Jeff Bezos Building A 10,000-Year Clock Worth $42M? Here’s What You Should Know

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Amazon.com Inc. founder Jeff Bezos has a hobby of his own – he is helping build a 10,000-year clock that ticks just once a year. What Happened: The 10,000-year clock was first introduced by computer scientist and inventor Danny Hillis in 1995. The idea of building this clock was discussed by Hillis and Bezos, who are long-time friends, in 2005. In 2011, Bezos shared an update on the clock’s construction, stating that engineers had drilled a 500-foot-deep hole into the Sierra Diablo Mountain range in Texas, a property he owns. Subscribe to the Benzinga Tech Trends newsletter to get all the late…

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