Happy 08.09.10 Sequential Day number fans

275x250.jpgMathematicians around the world are said to be celebrating today because the time and date have formed a sequential number.

At 12.34pm and 56.7 seconds the time and date read 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 -- because it's the eighth day of the ninth month of tenth year this millennium.

This was said to be the first ‘pure’ time and date sequence day since 01.23.45am on 6.7.89.

Other numerically interesting days celebrated include Pi Day (3.14) and square root days - when the value of the month and year are the same number that make the last two digits of the year when multiplied together.

Obviously in countries like America - where they can't write the date properly - they will now have a little longer to wait for the next pure Sequential Day.
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