Bruno Wolff III wrote:
>On Fri, Jul 22, 2005 at 12:27:50 -0700,
> Dann Corbit <DCorbit(at)connx(dot)com> wrote:
>>Apparently, the Gregorian calendar has been fixed. From this:
>>We have this:
>>"The Gregorian calendar has been modified since (before anything could
>>go wrong) to bring the Gregorian 365.2425 down to 365.2422 by cutting
>>out "leap centuries" that are divisible by 4000 thus giving an accuracy
>>of about one day in 20,000 years"
>That's interesting. So now we will have a year 4000 problem when there
>isn't a leap year as was previously scheduled.
remind me about that when we're a bit closer to the date.
andrew (who wasted a year of his life on y2k crap).
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