posted on Jan, 16 2013 @ 09:57 PM
According to;
solarsystem.nasa.gov...
Orbit Travel Distance: 939,887,974km
Orbit Velocity: 107,218kph
Giving us a Year with 366.256 Days @ 23hrs 56m 4s per day.
So, over 2013 years, we would have had 737,273.328 days.
With the current Calendar system; 735,260.328 days.
Giving us a difference of 2,013 days... That's a hell of a coincidence O_o.
Again, divide that 2,013 by the current Calendar system; -5.511 Years.
Since Year 0, we have had 503 Leap Years, adjusting the current Calendar +503 days or +1.377 Years as compared to the Actual Calendar term.
-5.511 + 1.377 = -4.134 Year Difference.
So it would appear my OP was completely wrong and in fact our Calendar is out by -4.134 Years.
Our current Calendar Year should be 2009, not 2013 or 1881 as in my OP.
That makes a little more sense
edit on 16/1/2013 by Sovaka because: (no reason given)