A hot date

  Pineman100 15:54 26 May 2007

Did you know... (that's my Michael Caine impression - good eh?)

... that next month will include a unique date phenomenon that will never happen again?

At three minutes and four seconds after 2.00am on the 5th June this year, it will be:


Oh well, please yerselves.

  spuds 16:04 26 May 2007

I am usually still pottering about at that time, but I bet that I will miss it :O)

(this is a reminder)

  Forum Editor 16:09 26 May 2007

At three minutes and four seconds after 2:00am on 5th June 3007, and then again in 4007, and so on.

  Legolas 16:16 26 May 2007

Thats still 10 days away I just cant wait ;-)

  Pineman100 17:32 26 May 2007

What makes you think that homo sapiens will be around that long? :(

  wee eddie 17:42 26 May 2007

Makes you wonder about the "sapiens" bit doesn't it.

Don't worry, I'm not getting at you, I'm just being a smart-arse.

  Pineman100 17:51 26 May 2007

No offence taken, I assure you.

I'm the guy that put the "sap" in "sapiens".

  Forum Editor 17:59 26 May 2007

will be around a lot longer than a few thousand more years, unless some awful natural disaster comes along to spoil everything.

  wee eddie 18:02 26 May 2007

Sorry, you Yanks out there, only joking!

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:06 26 May 2007

hat next month will include a unique date phenomenon that will never happen again.

should happen 12 times as you cross the time zones.

  Pineman100 18:07 26 May 2007

I have a nasty feeling that mankind is more at risk from un-natural disasters, of his own making.

Take my wife's shepherd's pie, for example. There's an un-natural disaster if ever there was one.

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