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Only one way to settle this guy
TextThe Gregorian calendar has a 400-year cycle until it repeats the same weekdays for every year–February 29, 2008, is a Friday and February 29, 2408, is a Friday. The Gregorian calendar has 97 leap years during those 400 years. The longest time between two leap years is eight years. The last time that occurred was between 1896 and 1904. The next time will be between 2096 and 2104.
TextIn ancient times, it was customary to have lunar (moon) calendars, with 12 and/or 13 months every year. To align the calendar with the seasons, the 13th month was inserted as a "leap month" every two or three years.
If you want a scientific explanation you won't find one,but if you do, then once more my theory will be proved.
Please explain further.
I am sure that you wouldn't understand but I will give you a clue and that's all because I presented to much proof and that was to much contested.
write down your theory in mathmatical terms