[time-nuts] pi Day

Steve Rooke sar10538 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 07:23:54 UTC 2009

But the 3rd of January does exist and it was first named by William
Jones in 1707 who was Welsh so perhaps the pi day should not be
claimed by the Americans after all.

73, Steve

2009/3/4 Rex <rexa at sonic.net>:
> I think you will need to stay with the American style dates for
> traditional pi day, no?
> According to my calendar 31/4 doesn't exist.
> Steve Rooke wrote:
>> Don't forget that some countries put the day in front of the month,
>> IE. it's 4th March here right now. This would mean that these days
>> would have to celebrated at different times in different countries.
>> 2009/3/4 Rex <rexa at sonic.net>:
>>> I don't recall this discussion here before, but it should be a good time
>>> sink.
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Steve Rooke - ZL3TUV & G8KVD & JAKDTTNW
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