Aug 26, 2009

An Interesting Fact About August 2009, May 2010

Surprisingly this may go unnoticed that this August (2009) has:
5 SATURDAYS,
5 SUNDAYS,
5 MONDAYS
This will happen again in May 2010.
Strange !!!
All in one Month - it happens once in 823 years
Happening Twice in 2 consecutive years ???
Can You make Out When Will it Happen Next ???

8 comments:

  1. Maybe it's because I am a nerd, but that is really interesting :)

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  2. wow i never knew that! infinite possibilities...:)

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  3. cool...my youngest daughter was so close to being born on 7/7/77 but decided to be born a week earlier. So these days I believe anything is possible...And yes that was her due date.

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  5. Lost count of the days and months. That's interesting to have all five SSM in Aug month didnt realise until you whispered. Beats me when it is happening next. Thanks

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  6. Hey, I just want to say that I also got this fact through an email from a co-worker. But I have to break it to you that this fact is WRONG! It does not happen once every 823 years. It happens once every 28 years for sure (using 2009 August as starting point), and may be more frequently depending on the leap year arrangments. Go here and check out the 2037 calendar:http://www.hf.rim.or.jp/~kaji/cal/cal.cgi?2037

    Also, for those of you who are old enough to still remember the 1981 calendar, http://www.hf.rim.or.jp/~kaji/cal/cal.cgi?1981

    Whoever said 823 had no idea what they are talking about. There are only 7 days of the week, don't you realize that your birthday falls back on a Saturday more often than 823 years?

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  7. To be more clear, check the calendars 2037 August, 2038 May, and 1981 August, 1982 May.

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  8. interesting fact numerologically important for number 5

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