Witz78 wrote:Sonny wrote:Witz78 wrote:
infact 9 years, 364 days, 1 hour and 2 seconds can
Now you're going to have to show the workings out on that one.
December 31st 1999@ 23:59:59 - January 1st 2010@ 00:00:00 = 10 years and 1 second. Unless you get into femtoseconds it can't be less than 10 years exactly plus a bit
my mistake its actually 9 years, 363 days, 22 hours and 2 seconds
you could see in the start of a decade in Baker Island which is 12 hours behind GMT
then see in the end of the decade in the Line Islands which are 14 hours ahead of GMT
mad how one place can be 26 hours ahead of another.
That's crazy. It always messes my head up when we put the clocks forwards or backwards just an hour when trying to calculate things.
Anyway, Williams got past the winning post in the UK final and Higgins got the snookers then won the next frame (or was it 2 frames?). Surely it can't happen 2 ranking finals in a row...
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