Time and Date Alignment
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Time and Date Alignment
Throughout the centuries, occasionally the time and date will show a specific pattern. The following are some examples and links to comments made by others about this pattern.
The pattern observed with 04:05:06 07/08/09 is 04 05 06 07 08 09.
At five minutes and six seconds after 4 a.m. on July 8th of the year 2009, the time and date were 04:05:06 07/08/09.
- "The sum of the time's digits equals six, if all numbers are added until there's a single figure left (4+5+6=15; 1+5=6)." Source: "Rare time/date alignment could mean opportunities". USATODAY.com 7/7/2009 <http://www.usatoday.com/news/offbeat/2009-07-07-time-date_N.htm>.
- "My digital watch reads 12:34:56 twice a day." Source: Pinchy. Brunssum, The Netherlands
- "...remember math and time are man made. what is time really? the sun comes up & the sun goes down...unless of course you are in Alaska. Source: cotoct. 7/8/2009 8:51 AM EDT
- "The problem is that everyone in Europe will celebrate this moment on 7th August (07/08 in Eurospeak) and everyone in America will celebrate it on 8th July (07/08 in Yankspeak)." Tampen 16 June 2009 PDT
- "...In Europe, the above mentioned day is in fact not in July, but in August, since most Europeans would write the day first, then the month and then the year. In Sweden, the year is written first, then the month and last the day, so there, it would have to be seven minutes and eight seconds past six am on the 11th of October this year in order to be equally cool: 06:07:08 09-10-11. Source: "The Fugate Family in Cairo, Egypt". Jennifer. 3/08/2009. <http://fugatesincairo.blogspot.com/2009/03/040506-070809.html>.