Re: A83: (no subject)


Re: A83: (no subject)

But there _should_ have been a year zero, mathematically, so... I guess its
just one of those things... like the 20th century refers to the 1900's, not
the 2000's.

So does the term 20th century refer to 1901-2000? :)

Bryan Rabeler

"The last thing we want is a "cover-up."  ...there's no reason to take out
intelligent and purely speculative posts. Even if they're true." - Chris
Dornfeld, 4 November 1998

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>         I know this is a bit of controversey, but the new millennium (as
> as the century) doesn't begin until the year 2001, because there was not a
> year zero. Other than that, y'all have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New
> In a message dated 12/24/99 12:26:05 PM Central Standard Time,
> writes:
> << Have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Millennium to you all. >>
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