Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

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Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Karl Palmen

Dear Calendar People

 

While Moongazer was sending E-mails about Nabble, I looked at the CALNDR-L archive at Nabble and found that the earliest E-mail was from late November 2005. Amongst the earliest E-mails was a conversation about a Julian Gigasecond, which was referred to as a billennium. In this conversation, I sent a table of Julian Kilodays and when reading it recently realised that September 3, 2017 is a Julian kiloday with Julian Day Number 2,458,000. So this is something for the U.S. Americans to celebrate during the Labour Day holiday weekend.

 

Here I show the table again (with this Sunday in bold):

 

1995-10-09 JDN 2450000 Monday

1998-07-05 JDN 2451000 Sunday

2001-03-31 JDN 2452000 Saturday

2003-12-26 JDN 2453000 Friday

2006-09-21 JDN 2454000 Thursday

2009-06-17 JDN 2455000 Wednesday

2012-03-13 JDN 2456000 Tuesday

2014-12-08 JDN 2457000 Monday

2017-09-03 JDN 2458000 Sunday

2020-05-30 JDN 2459000 Saturday

2023-02-24 JDN 2460000 Friday

 

Also I mention that around the present time each Julian Kiloday occurs near a Chinese leap month. The previous lunar month was a leap 6th month in the Chinese calendar.

Using https://www.chinesegenderchart.info/leapmonth.html I find the Chinese leap months start so

 

1995-10-09 JDN 2450000 leap 8th month started 1995-09-25

1998-07-05 JDN 2451000 leap 5th month started 1998-06-24

2001-03-31 JDN 2452000 leap 4th month started 2001-05-03  

2003-12-26 JDN 2453000 leap 2nd month started 2004-03-21

2006-09-21 JDN 2454000 leap 7th month started 2006-08-24

2009-06-17 JDN 2455000 leap 5th month started 2009-06-23

2012-03-13 JDN 2456000 leap 4th month started 2012-05-21

2014-12-08 JDN 2457000 leap 9th month started 2014-10-24

2017-09-03 JDN 2458000 leap 6th month started 2017-07-23

2020-05-30 JDN 2459000 leap 4th month will start 2020-05-23

2023-02-24 JDN 2460000 leap 2nd month will start 2023-03-22

 

 

Karl

 

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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Ryan
Concerning timing of milestone it'll occur at 12:00 UTC on 2017-09-03 and thus converts to 8:00 AM EDT thus occurring in the morning on the US East coast (I should be either sleeping or waking up by then UNLESS I set my alarm clock 1-2 hours prior to event like 6 or 7 AM), however you should also note that on the same day on the US East coast and the Americas at 20:00 (8:00 PM) EDT we will embrace MJD 58000 (occurring at 00:00 UTC 2017-09-04)

From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List <[hidden email]> on behalf of Karl Palmen <[hidden email]>
Sent: September 1, 2017 8:09 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday
 

Dear Calendar People

 

While Moongazer was sending E-mails about Nabble, I looked at the CALNDR-L archive at Nabble and found that the earliest E-mail was from late November 2005. Amongst the earliest E-mails was a conversation about a Julian Gigasecond, which was referred to as a billennium. In this conversation, I sent a table of Julian Kilodays and when reading it recently realised that September 3, 2017 is a Julian kiloday with Julian Day Number 2,458,000. So this is something for the U.S. Americans to celebrate during the Labour Day holiday weekend.

 

Here I show the table again (with this Sunday in bold):

 

1995-10-09 JDN 2450000 Monday

1998-07-05 JDN 2451000 Sunday

2001-03-31 JDN 2452000 Saturday

2003-12-26 JDN 2453000 Friday

2006-09-21 JDN 2454000 Thursday

2009-06-17 JDN 2455000 Wednesday

2012-03-13 JDN 2456000 Tuesday

2014-12-08 JDN 2457000 Monday

2017-09-03 JDN 2458000 Sunday

2020-05-30 JDN 2459000 Saturday

2023-02-24 JDN 2460000 Friday

 

Also I mention that around the present time each Julian Kiloday occurs near a Chinese leap month. The previous lunar month was a leap 6th month in the Chinese calendar.

Using https://www.chinesegenderchart.info/leapmonth.html I find the Chinese leap months start so

 

1995-10-09 JDN 2450000 leap 8th month started 1995-09-25

1998-07-05 JDN 2451000 leap 5th month started 1998-06-24

2001-03-31 JDN 2452000 leap 4th month started 2001-05-03  

2003-12-26 JDN 2453000 leap 2nd month started 2004-03-21

2006-09-21 JDN 2454000 leap 7th month started 2006-08-24

2009-06-17 JDN 2455000 leap 5th month started 2009-06-23

2012-03-13 JDN 2456000 leap 4th month started 2012-05-21

2014-12-08 JDN 2457000 leap 9th month started 2014-10-24

2017-09-03 JDN 2458000 leap 6th month started 2017-07-23

2020-05-30 JDN 2459000 leap 4th month will start 2020-05-23

2023-02-24 JDN 2460000 leap 2nd month will start 2023-03-22

 

 

Karl

 

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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Karl Palmen

Dear Ryan and Calendar People

 

In calendar conversion, an integer Julian Day Number can apply to the whole day and not just 12:00 UT and so celebrations can last all day Sunday.

 

Karl

 

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From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Ryan Provost
Sent: 01 September 2017 13:51
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

 

Concerning timing of milestone it'll occur at 12:00 UTC on 2017-09-03 and thus converts to 8:00 AM EDT thus occurring in the morning on the US East coast (I should be either sleeping or waking up by then UNLESS I set my alarm clock 1-2 hours prior to event like 6 or 7 AM), however you should also note that on the same day on the US East coast and the Americas at 20:00 (8:00 PM) EDT we will embrace MJD 58000 (occurring at 00:00 UTC 2017-09-04)


From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List <[hidden email]> on behalf of Karl Palmen <[hidden email]>
Sent: September 1, 2017 8:09 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

 

Dear Calendar People

 

While Moongazer was sending E-mails about Nabble, I looked at the CALNDR-L archive at Nabble and found that the earliest E-mail was from late November 2005. Amongst the earliest E-mails was a conversation about a Julian Gigasecond, which was referred to as a billennium. In this conversation, I sent a table of Julian Kilodays and when reading it recently realised that September 3, 2017 is a Julian kiloday with Julian Day Number 2,458,000. So this is something for the U.S. Americans to celebrate during the Labour Day holiday weekend.

 

Here I show the table again (with this Sunday in bold):

 

1995-10-09 JDN 2450000 Monday

1998-07-05 JDN 2451000 Sunday

2001-03-31 JDN 2452000 Saturday

2003-12-26 JDN 2453000 Friday

2006-09-21 JDN 2454000 Thursday

2009-06-17 JDN 2455000 Wednesday

2012-03-13 JDN 2456000 Tuesday

2014-12-08 JDN 2457000 Monday

2017-09-03 JDN 2458000 Sunday

2020-05-30 JDN 2459000 Saturday

2023-02-24 JDN 2460000 Friday

 

Also I mention that around the present time each Julian Kiloday occurs near a Chinese leap month. The previous lunar month was a leap 6th month in the Chinese calendar.

Using https://www.chinesegenderchart.info/leapmonth.html I find the Chinese leap months start so

 

1995-10-09 JDN 2450000 leap 8th month started 1995-09-25

1998-07-05 JDN 2451000 leap 5th month started 1998-06-24

2001-03-31 JDN 2452000 leap 4th month started 2001-05-03  

2003-12-26 JDN 2453000 leap 2nd month started 2004-03-21

2006-09-21 JDN 2454000 leap 7th month started 2006-08-24

2009-06-17 JDN 2455000 leap 5th month started 2009-06-23

2012-03-13 JDN 2456000 leap 4th month started 2012-05-21

2014-12-08 JDN 2457000 leap 9th month started 2014-10-24

2017-09-03 JDN 2458000 leap 6th month started 2017-07-23

2020-05-30 JDN 2459000 leap 4th month will start 2020-05-23

2023-02-24 JDN 2460000 leap 2nd month will start 2023-03-22

 

 

Karl

 

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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Christoph Päper-2
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This reminds me of the time I celebrated my 10000th day of life. I just recently turned 2000 weeks, but totally missed that opportunity. I'm thinking of developing an app or website to find such strange birthdays.
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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Victor Engel
I'm sure I've mentioned this before on this listserv, but I used to work with a software package whose date calculations had an epoch of Dec 31, 1967. The value was stored as an integer number of days since this epoch. Some programmers foolishly allocated 4 bytes to store the value. This was foolish not only because it forces an end date of compatibility, but also because the internal storage is a delimited storage model, so allocating a specific size for a field was superfluous. Storage on this system always used strings, and numbers were stored as base-10 representations of the numbers. Needless to say, there were many bugs in 1995 as a result. People using this software, based on the Pick operating system, had their Y2K issue nearly 5 years earlier than everyone else.

Victor

On Sat, Sep 2, 2017 at 4:56 AM, Christoph Päper <[hidden email]> wrote:
This reminds me of the time I celebrated my 10000th day of life. I just recently turned 2000 weeks, but totally missed that opportunity. I'm thinking of developing an app or website to find such strange birthdays.

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Life Utilised or wasted Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Brij Bhushan metric VIJ
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Victor, Christoph, cc sirs:
> I celebrated my 10000th day of life. I just >recently turned 2000 weeks, but totally >missed that opportunity.
This give me a chance to share "Number of days I 'utilized or wasted' on planet Earth since my birth on 1936 April 10H10:74 (decimal); say around 81-years & 145 days, as of today 2017 Sept.02 - which is around 29729 days or 4247 weeks.
Calculating from Kali Era 3102 BC Feb.17/18 (midnight), this is 1869506/7 days (63307 moons & 131/2 Tithi). And, from 'Dooms Day 2012 Dec.22/22, I have further gone 4-years 255 days' to THIS - I add 21 days till 2017 Sept 23; this shall be 1716+21= 1737 days spent on Earth. My wife SNEH

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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Amos Shapir-2
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Hi Christoph and calendar people,

It seems someone already did: http://www.mathcats.com/explore/age/calculator.html
There are many other sites which calculate age in days, or seconds.

On Sat, Sep 2, 2017 at 12:56 PM, Christoph Päper <[hidden email]> wrote:
This reminds me of the time I celebrated my 10000th day of life. I just recently turned 2000 weeks, but totally missed that opportunity. I'm thinking of developing an app or website to find such strange birthdays.



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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Karl Palmen

Dear Amos, Brij & Calendar People

 

This site reckons Brij born on 1936-04-10, to be 29,732 days old today, so he’ll be 30,000 days old within a year.

 

http://www.mathcats.com/explore/elapsedtime.html helped me find that Brij will be 30,000 days old on 30 May 2018. I needed to use it several times to get the correct date.

 

Karl

 

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From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Amos Shapir
Sent: 03 September 2017 07:50
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

 

Hi Christoph and calendar people,

It seems someone already did: http://www.mathcats.com/explore/age/calculator.html

There are many other sites which calculate age in days, or seconds.

 

On Sat, Sep 2, 2017 at 12:56 PM, Christoph Päper <[hidden email]> wrote:

This reminds me of the time I celebrated my 10000th day of life. I just recently turned 2000 weeks, but totally missed that opportunity. I'm thinking of developing an app or website to find such strange birthdays.




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Amos Shapir

 

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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Brij Bhushan metric VIJ
(In Private)
I thank you Karl, for software & correction.
Brij
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On Sep 4, 2017, at 5:12 AM, Karl Palmen <[hidden email]> wrote:

Dear Amos, Brij & Calendar People

 

This site reckons Brij born on 1936-04-10, to be 29,732 days old today, so he’ll be 30,000 days old within a year.

 

http://www.mathcats.com/explore/elapsedtime.html helped me find that Brij will be 30,000 days old on 30 May 2018. I needed to use it several times to get the correct date.

 

Karl

 

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From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List [[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Amos Shapir
Sent: 03 September 2017 07:50
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

 

Hi Christoph and calendar people,

It seems someone already did: http://www.mathcats.com/explore/age/calculator.html

There are many other sites which calculate age in days, or seconds.

 

On Sat, Sep 2, 2017 at 12:56 PM, Christoph Päper <[hidden email]> wrote:

This reminds me of the time I celebrated my 10000th day of life. I just recently turned 2000 weeks, but totally missed that opportunity. I'm thinking of developing an app or website to find such strange birthdays.




--

Amos Shapir

 

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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Christoph Päper-2
In reply to this post by Amos Shapir-2
Amos Shapir:
>
> It seems someone already did: http://www.mathcats.com/
> explore/age/calculator.html
> There are many other sites which calculate age in days, or seconds.

Sure, since it's a simple but educative exercise for people new to programming. I'm imagining something more useful, though.

That being said, I just estimated my age in weeks last Saturday and obviously made a mistake because my 2000th week actually ended just the next day, i.e. on the Julian Kiloday! What a coincidence.
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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Christoph Päper-2
> I just estimated my age in weeks last Saturday and obviously made a mistake because my 2000th week actually ended just the next day,

Scratch that, I was off by a week again.
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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Brij Bhushan metric VIJ
Amos, Christoph Paper sirs:
>Scratch that, I was off by a week again.
I was checking my days on Earth till predicted dooms day: 2017 Sept.23 from 1936 April 10 and cane up with 29750 days or 4250-weeks. Three weeks earlier, I was 29729 days (4247 weeks). I shall be 30000 days next year, if I live to see the world safe and myself living then.
Karl 'thanks for the software', I had not thought of earlier to check with.
Regards,
Ex-FltLt Brij Bhushan VU, (Retd.), Author
Brij-Gregorian Modified Cakendar
Saturday, 2017 Spet. 09H09:78 (decimal)

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> On Sep 8, 2017, at 4:19 PM, Christoph Päper <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Scratch that, I was off by a week again.
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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Karl Palmen
Dear Brij and Calendar People

I reckoned Brij would be 30,000 days on 30 May 2018 with the aid of a web page.


I can also do it by calculation:

10 April 1936

80 years 20*1461 = 29220 days

10 April 2016

2 years without leap day: 730 days
29220+730 = 29950

10 April 2018

One 30-day Month
29950+30 = 29980

10 May 2018

20 days
29980+20 = 30000

30 May 2018


Happy New Coptic & Ethiopian New Year

Karl

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-----Original Message-----
From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Brij Bhushan metric VIJ
Sent: 09 September 2017 17:48
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Amos, Christoph Paper sirs:
>Scratch that, I was off by a week again.
I was checking my days on Earth till predicted dooms day: 2017 Sept.23 from 1936 April 10 and cane up with 29750 days or 4250-weeks. Three weeks earlier, I was 29729 days (4247 weeks). I shall be 30000 days next year, if I live to see the world safe and myself living then.
Karl 'thanks for the software', I had not thought of earlier to check with.
Regards,
Ex-FltLt Brij Bhushan VU, (Retd.), Author
Brij-Gregorian Modified Cakendar
Saturday, 2017 Spet. 09H09:78 (decimal)

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 8, 2017, at 4:19 PM, Christoph Päper <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Scratch that, I was off by a week again.
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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Walter J Ziobro

Dear Karl and Calendarists:

With respect to the Coptic and Ethiopian New Year, when does the heliacal rising of Sirius currently occur in Egypt, and when would the Nile flood start if not for the Aswan Dam?

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On Monday, September 11, 2017 Karl Palmen <[hidden email]> wrote:

Dear Brij and Calendar People

I reckoned Brij would be 30,000 days
on 30 May 2018 with the aid of a web page.


I can also do it by calculation:

10 April 1936

80 years 20*1461 = 29220 days

10 April 2016

2 years without leap day: 730 days
29220+730 = 29950

10 April 2018

One 30-day Month
29950+30 = 29980

10 May 2018

20 days
29980+20 = 30000

30 May 2018


Happy New Coptic & Ethiopian New Year

Karl

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-----Original Message-----
From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List [mailto:CALNDR-L@...] On Behalf Of Brij Bhushan metric VIJ
Sent: 09 September 2017 17:48
To: CALNDR-L@...
Subject: Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Amos, Christoph Paper sirs:
>Scratch that, I was off by a week again.
I was checking my days on Earth till predicted dooms day: 2017 Sept.23 from 1936 April 10 and cane up with 29750 days or 4250-weeks. Three weeks earlier, I was 29729 days (4247 weeks). I shall be 30000 days next year, if I live to see the world safe and myself living then.
Karl 'thanks for the software', I had not thought of earlier to check with.
Regards,
Ex-FltLt Brij Bhushan VU, (Retd.), Author
Brij-Gregorian Modified Cakendar
Saturday, 2017 Spet. 09H09:78 (decimal)

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 8, 2017, at 4:19 PM, Christoph Päper <christoph.paeper@...> wrote:
>
> Scratch that, I was off by a week again.
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Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Brij Bhushan metric VIJ
Karl, cc sirs:
>30 May 2018
Adding another 30 days 'again' the Unique number 30000+30=30030 days on 2018 June 29. It is a coincidence that I was born on 100th day of year i.e. (31+28+31+10) on April 10.
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Are we achieving something important, in JD  count; unless a 'Kiloday for history in Julian count' is under study/examination.
Regards,
Ex-FltLt Brij Bhushan VIJ (Retd), Author
Brij-Gregorian Modified Calendar
Monday, 2017 Sept 11H06:49 (decimal)

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 11, 2017, at 6:01 AM, Walter J Ziobro <[hidden email]> wrote:

Dear Karl and Calendarists:

With respect to the Coptic and Ethiopian New Year, when does the heliacal rising of Sirius currently occur in Egypt, and when would the Nile flood start if not for the Aswan Dam?

Sent from AOL Mobile Mail




On Monday, September 11, 2017 Karl Palmen <[hidden email]> wrote:

Dear Brij and Calendar People

I reckoned Brij would be 30,000 days
on 30 May 2018 with the aid of a web page.


I can also do it by calculation:

10 April 1936

80 years 20*1461 = 29220 days

10 April 2016

2 years without leap day: 730 days
29220+730 = 29950

10 April 2018

One 30-day Month
29950+30 = 29980

10 May 2018

20 days
29980+20 = 30000

30 May 2018


Happy New Coptic & Ethiopian New Year

Karl

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-----Original Message-----
From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List [[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Brij Bhushan metric VIJ
Sent: 09 September 2017 17:48
To: CALNDR-[hidden email]
Subject: Re: Happy Julian Kiloday on Sunday

Amos, Christoph Paper sirs:
>Scratch that, I was off by a week again.
I was checking my days on Earth till predicted dooms day: 2017 Sept.23 from 1936 April 10 and cane up with 29750 days or 4250-weeks. Three weeks earlier, I was 29729 days (4247 weeks). I shall be 30000 days next year, if I live to see the world safe and myself living then.
Karl 'thanks for the software', I had not thought of earlier to check with.
Regards,
Ex-FltLt Brij Bhushan VU, (Retd.), Author
Brij-Gregorian Modified Cakendar
Saturday, 2017 Spet. 09H09:78 (decimal)

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 8, 2017, at 4:19 PM, Christoph Päper <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Scratch that, I was off by a week again.