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 Seconds in a year (Posted on 2003-01-06)
How many seconds are there in one year?

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 The REAL Answer | Comment 25 of 38 |

It is obviously 31,536,033 for a regular year, and 31,622,433 for a leap year.

31536000/31622400 seconds in a regular/leap year + 12 2nds of each month + 12 2nds from the 22nds of each month + 1 for the 2nd 'e' in 'one year' + 1 for this is the second time I am mentioning the letter 'e' + 1 for the second word 'year' + 1 for 'n' is the second letter in 'one year' + 1 for 'a' is the second to last letter + 1 for 'e' is the second vowel + 1 for 'y' is the second consonant + 1 for 'e' is the second to last vowel + 1 for 'y' is the second to last consonant.

I don't know where everyone else got their silly answers, but I'm sure this one is the right one.

 Posted by Dustin on 2004-11-16 15:35:54

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