I found an interesting site with a neat toy, time and date.com. This site provides a calendar for every day since the year 1, with holidays and observances, for a list of countries. It can determine the difference between a Julian calendar and the Gregorian calendar.

I found out that:
1 day can be converted to one of these units,
86,400 seconds
1440 minutes
24 hours

I have been alive:
53 years, 8 months, 21 days (excluding today)
1,695,427,200 seconds
28,257,120 minutes
470,952 hours
2803 weeks (rounded down)

That from the beginning of the Christian era (as calculated from January 1, yr 0)
Or 2009 years, 3 months, 29 days excluding the end date

733,893 days, or

63,377,344,800, seconds
1,056,805,920 minutes
17,613,432 hours
104,841 weeks (rounded down)

If we would have spent 1 trillion a minute from the stimulus bill, since the beginning of the Christian era, we would have about 2 trillion+ to go, or about 2000 years worth of money left.

Note:The From date is a Julian calendar date. The current Gregorian calendar was adopted in United States where Thursday, September 3, 1752 was the first of 11 days that were skipped. This has been accounted for in this calculation.

2009 can be found here...


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