We’re getting somewhere – but by what measure? When the Jerescope is “dialed”, as the thesis of this page proposes, a shift off the line of the text as written can (or, in some places must) take place for the writer’s intent to be given its readers’ proper attention. Degrees, ranges and scopes all share similar attributions of a spatial infrastructure that, at least since the age of Galileo, has been narrowed to accommodate modern science. It is my understanding that ancient scientists do not need to be thought of as – somehow – primitive or impoverished, on the mere basis of the low attainments of their old and bypassed civilizations, restrained as they surely were by the lack of precision instrumentation – that we enjoy today without thinking about it.