The Golden Minute: The race to call leads first

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In the 12th century, Sultan Nur-ed-din constructed the first pigeon lofts in Egypt. Pigeons were used to carry messages to cities far and wide. There was a race going on, so it was vitally important that crucial information arrived at its destination before something bad happened, and heck let’s face it, it’s a lot easier to have a bird do your work for you.

Today, messages still fly through the air and across the ...

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