2012? Not really, it's actually 2013

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 6:36 am » by Dmonix


I'm not sure if this has been posted around before, I couldn't find in my search, but i never have much luck with forum searches anyhow...

So ya, what do 2012er's have to say about the leap year. Do they, did they account for that? How could they when Ceasar created it in like 50B.C....
So in reality, it's actually like July something 2013....

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 7:00 am » by Seahawk


DOH!!!!!!


Good point!

Guess we made it then, eh? Whew!!! :banana:


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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 7:07 am » by Cornbread714


So, are you telling me this is not Miss Maya March 2012?

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 7:16 am » by Dmonix


:o :owned: She can be Miss Whatever She Wants To Be! hehe

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 7:25 am » by Warngen


If you aren't an expert mechanic, you are not likely to take an engine apart to repair, add, or remove something from that engine. Likewise, if you don't have the adequate skills to create an accurate calendar, then you probably won't make one. I'm pretty sure that if he, or someone he appointed, created a calendar, then they would be an expert at it and account for these things. There are 29 days every 4th February, so someone must have gotten it right.

Besides, the mayan calendar still, to this day, predicts moon cycles to the second. If there was a flaw in the calendar, the error would build up to a point where the months/days were off so bad, that the seasons would 'appear' to be switched. Summer in January and Winter in August.

Wouldn't you think so if you were to think about it at all?

Just a thought :cheers:
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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 7:35 am » by Dmonix


warngen wrote:If you aren't an expert mechanic, you are not likely to take an engine apart to repair, add, or remove something from that engine. Likewise, if you don't have the adequate skills to create an accurate calendar, then you probably won't make one. I'm pretty sure that if he, or someone he appointed, created a calendar, then they would be an expert at it and account for these things. There are 29 days every 4th February, so someone must have gotten it right.

Besides, the mayan calendar still, to this day, predicts moon cycles to the second. If there was a flaw in the calendar, the error would build up to a point where the months/days were off so bad, that the seasons would 'appear' to be switched. Summer in January and Winter in August.

Wouldn't you think so if you were to think about it at all?

Just a thought :cheers:

So, in short you're saying that because the "flaw" existed int he first place (the 365+days in an "actual" year) the Mayan's would have put it in and accounted for it.

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 11:05 am » by Warngen


dmonix wrote:
warngen wrote:If you aren't an expert mechanic, you are not likely to take an engine apart to repair, add, or remove something from that engine. Likewise, if you don't have the adequate skills to create an accurate calendar, then you probably won't make one. I'm pretty sure that if he, or someone he appointed, created a calendar, then they would be an expert at it and account for these things. There are 29 days every 4th February, so someone must have gotten it right.

Besides, the mayan calendar still, to this day, predicts moon cycles to the second. If there was a flaw in the calendar, the error would build up to a point where the months/days were off so bad, that the seasons would 'appear' to be switched. Summer in January and Winter in August.

Wouldn't you think so if you were to think about it at all?

Just a thought :cheers:

So, in short you're saying that because the "flaw" existed int he first place (the 365+days in an "actual" year) the Mayan's would have put it in and accounted for it.


My understanding is that the mayan's calendar was a 28 day, 13 month calendar.

You said
So ya, what do 2012er's have to say about the leap year. Do they, did they account for that?
and I think yes they did account for it. If they didn't then the seasons wouldn't match the months(like they have been ever since I've lived.)

If you are talking about the comparison between the mayan calendar and the gregorian calendar, then yes, someone has accounted for it...because the lunar cycles denoted in the mayan calendar matches the moon cycles shown on your calendar at home to the second.

Maybe the creators of todays calendar added the leap year to make things match up?? So who says it's a flaw? Have you though about that?

I basically just re-typed my previous post.. :rtft:
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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 12:28 pm » by Bert666


warngen wrote:
dmonix wrote:
warngen wrote:If you aren't an expert mechanic, you are not likely to take an engine apart to repair, add, or remove something from that engine. Likewise, if you don't have the adequate skills to create an accurate calendar, then you probably won't make one. I'm pretty sure that if he, or someone he appointed, created a calendar, then they would be an expert at it and account for these things. There are 29 days every 4th February, so someone must have gotten it right.

Besides, the mayan calendar still, to this day, predicts moon cycles to the second. If there was a flaw in the calendar, the error would build up to a point where the months/days were off so bad, that the seasons would 'appear' to be switched. Summer in January and Winter in August.

Wouldn't you think so if you were to think about it at all?

Just a thought :cheers:

So, in short you're saying that because the "flaw" existed int he first place (the 365+days in an "actual" year) the Mayan's would have put it in and accounted for it.


My understanding is that the mayan's calendar was a 28 day, 13 month calendar.

You said
So ya, what do 2012er's have to say about the leap year. Do they, did they account for that?
and I think yes they did account for it. If they didn't then the seasons wouldn't match the months(like they have been ever since I've lived.)

If you are talking about the comparison between the mayan calendar and the gregorian calendar, then yes, someone has accounted for it...because the lunar cycles denoted in the mayan calendar matches the moon cycles shown on your calendar at home to the second.

Maybe the creators of todays calendar added the leap year to make things match up?? So who says it's a flaw? Have you though about that?

I basically just re-typed my previous post.. :rtft:

good point

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 3:45 pm » by Spock


Perfect. I was about to post this as i received it from a mass mailing today.

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PostWed Mar 07, 2012 4:01 pm » by 99socks


This is something I am actually getting peeved about... Everyone being so obsessed with the leap year. The only reason we add an extra day is because it's easier to add 1 day every 4 years than it is to figure out what to do with 6 extra hours in a solar year. It's not hard, it's not a conspiracy.

Another peeve; people who keep trying to insinuate there is something wrong with our dating to the Mayan calendar, who go back waaaaaay the fuck too far in history. The calendars were aligned when the Spanish met the Mayans. End of story. Counting leap years and months and all kinds of stuff before that doesn't mean squat!

If all the people on this site were really using their brains, they would realize that the Mayan calendar is more than an artificial calendar like ours; it is natural. Using the calendar, you can predict moon cycles, sun cycles, and star placements... maybe even stuff like comets. So scream all you want about some stupid conspiracy about our calendar, or the mistakes people made in counting days because they forgot leap years or whatever... Fact is, you can arrive at the same date by counting full moons, or eclipses, or the solstice, or the precession of the equinoxes, and whatever. Additionally, we can be certain that at some point, someone plugged in the number of days left on the calendar to one of these electronic date tables from a date sometime with the Spanish conquistadors. They are free, they are everywhere, and they do count leap years.

Not only that, but Dec. 21 2012 is the solstice anyways.
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