mr.G

02-01-2006, 08:45:33

w0000t!!

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View Full Version : very 2006 everyone!!!!

mr.G

02-01-2006, 08:45:33

w0000t!!

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:bounce:

Drekkus

02-01-2006, 10:12:55

Very 2006 to you too! :beer:

MoSe

02-01-2006, 15:05:21

did I point out that 2006 = ZOOG ?

Drekkus

02-01-2006, 15:34:56

2005 zoog majeure reet.

MoSe

02-01-2006, 16:33:39

nono, 5=S and 6=G, so 2005=ZOOS ;)

mr_G

02-01-2006, 16:34:29

geek

RedFred

02-01-2006, 16:36:55

geek=37

MoSe

02-01-2006, 16:43:50

It's only visual, no code or anything :D

got the idea from the football WC official logo:

GERMANY ZOOG !!!

got the idea from the football WC official logo:

GERMANY ZOOG !!!

Mr. Bas

03-01-2006, 18:55:06

GERMANY ZUIGT!

mr_G

03-01-2006, 18:55:41

GROTE TIJD!!!!!

Chris

03-01-2006, 19:01:56

Feels like last year.

And last year sucked.

And last year sucked.

MoSe

04-01-2006, 08:57:53

I stopped for 1 second wondering: "but what's actually this ~year~ we all keep talking about?"

Not wanting to take it for granted, I looked it up on Wiki.

I wasn't probably a good idea!

I only report the SUMMARY here:

Summary of various kinds of year

353, 354 or 355 days — the lengths of regular years in some lunisolar calendars

354.37 days — 12 lunar months; the average length of a year in lunar calendars

365 days — a common year in many solar calendars; ~31.53 million seconds

365.24219 days — a mean tropical year near the year 2000

365.2424 days — a vernal equinox year.

365.2425 days — the average length of a year in the Gregorian calendar

365.25 days — the average length of a year in the Julian calendar; the light year is based on it; it is 31,557,600 seconds

365.2564 days — a sidereal year

366 days — a leap year in many solar calendars; 31.62 million seconds

383, 384 or 385 days — the lengths of leap years in some lunisolar calendars

383.9 days — 13 lunar months; a leap year in some lunisolar calendars

An average Gregorian year is 365.2425 days = 52.1775 weeks, 8,765.82 hours = 525,949.2 minutes = 31,556,952 seconds (mean solar, not SI).

A common year is 365 days = 8,760 hours = 525,600 minutes = 31,536,000 seconds.

A leap year is 366 days = 8,784 hours = 527,040 minutes = 31,622,400 seconds.

An easy to remember approximation for the number of seconds in a year is ×107 seconds.

The 400-year cycle of the Gregorian calendar has 146097 days and hence exactly 20871 weeks.

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Not wanting to take it for granted, I looked it up on Wiki.

I wasn't probably a good idea!

I only report the SUMMARY here:

Summary of various kinds of year

353, 354 or 355 days — the lengths of regular years in some lunisolar calendars

354.37 days — 12 lunar months; the average length of a year in lunar calendars

365 days — a common year in many solar calendars; ~31.53 million seconds

365.24219 days — a mean tropical year near the year 2000

365.2424 days — a vernal equinox year.

365.2425 days — the average length of a year in the Gregorian calendar

365.25 days — the average length of a year in the Julian calendar; the light year is based on it; it is 31,557,600 seconds

365.2564 days — a sidereal year

366 days — a leap year in many solar calendars; 31.62 million seconds

383, 384 or 385 days — the lengths of leap years in some lunisolar calendars

383.9 days — 13 lunar months; a leap year in some lunisolar calendars

An average Gregorian year is 365.2425 days = 52.1775 weeks, 8,765.82 hours = 525,949.2 minutes = 31,556,952 seconds (mean solar, not SI).

A common year is 365 days = 8,760 hours = 525,600 minutes = 31,536,000 seconds.

A leap year is 366 days = 8,784 hours = 527,040 minutes = 31,622,400 seconds.

An easy to remember approximation for the number of seconds in a year is ×107 seconds.

The 400-year cycle of the Gregorian calendar has 146097 days and hence exactly 20871 weeks.

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Gary

04-01-2006, 09:18:28

Even without the kiss, 107 seconds is a rather short year. Are these pedia guys on the same planet ?

Greg W

04-01-2006, 09:20:27

Ah, but it is x107 seconds. Where x could be any value at all.

I still like how the calendar is named after me though. :love:

I still like how the calendar is named after me though. :love:

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