Wow, that’s pretty cool about the Nobody Expects The Spanish Inquisition Shirt Metonic cycle. Over the very long haul, it will be once every 29.53 years. But if I’m understanding this right, a particular date (say, October 31) will get a full moon every 19 years for roughly 24 cycles (because the cycle is off by roughly one hour), but then once the cycle no longer lands on that date (it moves to November 1), it will take hundreds of years before there’s another full moon on that date. So this TIL would’ve been more interesting if we were in one of those hundreds-years long streak (I think one starts after 2096). It’s like the most perfect party night of all time. What could possibly make it better?
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Now noting that full moon is Nobody Expects The Spanish Inquisition Shirt an exact time and this is using GMT (so depending on time zones, you can have a full moon occur on October 31 in some parts of Canada, but it is November 1 elsewhere). But as you can see, for people born in 1956 (64 years old) in that GMT zone are about to experience just their second October 31 with a true full moon. But as you can see, for people born in 1956 (64 years old) in that GMT zone are about to experience just their second October 31 with a true full moon. Yes, slightly rarer than 1 every 29 years, but not significantly so, and certainly not enough to be implying the previous comment was a bunch of hooey.