On Mon, 30 Apr 2007 10:56:10 -0500, Rob Rohrbough
>What fun! Combine that with Andrea Wainwright's observations and we have
>all kinds of sequential date to look forward to... :)
It seems to me that the set of conforming sequences goes out to 08:09:10 on
These are 2-digit years, so the cycle occurs once each century rather than
once each millenium.
There are a few folks around who were born early in the 20th century. Some
will survive a few more years. So it's perhaps a 10+ times in a lifetime event.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Gerhard Hellriegel [mailto:gerhard.hellriegel@T-ONLINE.DE]
>> Sent: Monday, April 30, 2007 9:06 AM
>> Subject: Re: OT: Date Trivia
>> On Mon, 30 Apr 2007 08:51:30 -0500, Rob Rohrbough <Rob2007C30SAS-
>> L@ROHRBOUGHSYSTEMS.COM> wrote:
>> >I rarely make off-topic posts (rarely been posting at all lately), but
>> >topic is one I think date freak subscribers would love. Apologies in
>> >advance for not checking to see if it had already been posted:
>> >Theoretically this could happen every millennium or so (3007, 4007,
>> >they still keep time and calendars that way. This certainly is a
>> >once-in-a-lifetime experience! FWIW...
>> >> -----Original Message-----
>> >> At three minutes and four seconds after 2:00AM on May 6 of this year
>> >> the time and date will be 02:03:04: 05-06-07.
>> >> This will never happen again.
>> >Rob Rohrbough
>> >Omaha, NE, USA
>> In Germany we write the date the other way. 05-06-07 is in SAS 05jun07,
>> it's one month later. But still a single event in my live, I think!