A special happy birthday?

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A special happy birthday?

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Area51 wrote: Congratulations to: DavidMJ


Well, i suppose one of the devs is getting older ;)
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How are we supposed to know how many cakes... I mean candles to use?
We don't know his age!

Happy Birthday DavidMJ!
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Highway of Life wrote: We don't know his age!

I know for sure he's 720.
(They're aliens, remember? :mrgreen: )
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I'm still trying to find a converter... that's in Mercury years, right? ;)
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actually i think thats earth years, how many earth days are 1 year on Mars?
2 things i like about you hmm.. ill have to get back to you on that one
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686.98 Earth solar days for every one Martian year.
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Happy birthday :)
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i got 1,355.13863 earth years, but my math theory (for the conversion from martian to earth years) is bad lol
2 things i like about you hmm.. ill have to get back to you on that one
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itunes66 wrote: i got 1,355.13863 earth years, but my math theory (for the conversion from martian to earth years) is bad lol

If anybody can give me a theory on this, I can make something up in php that will calculate it to the nearest whatever you want :D
I just need a theory... cos I have no idea.
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well i took the number of years and multiplied it by 365 and then divided it by the number of earth solar days.

(720*365)/686.98 thats what i did ....
2 things i like about you hmm.. ill have to get back to you on that one
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