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 2009-09-05, 11:57 #14 mart_r     Dec 2008 you know...around... 26·13 Posts I wonder if anyone has thought of this before: With this formula, you get the time on your "life-clock": $2*(sqrt{age}+1)$ in hours For example, if you're 36 then you're at 2 P.M. in the day of your life. A similar formula projecting a lifespan into one year will return August, 1st for this age: $sqrt{age}+1$ in months, starting at Jan. 1st or, more precisely, $(sqrt{age}+1)/12*365.2(42)5$ in days, depending on whether you want to take an average Julian or Gregorian year into account. Note that you have to count 6 hours, or 5 h 49 m 12 s respectively, of Feb. 29th, if you want to be that precise. Last fiddled with by mart_r on 2009-09-05 at 11:57