Originally Posted by

**William McCormick**
1 day, times 365.25 days, equals 365.25 days, times 100 years equals 36,525 days in a century or 1/36,525th of a microsecond a day increase.

66 centuries times 36,525 days means there are 2,410,650 days in 66 centuries. Each day increments by 1/36,525 of a micro second from zero increase on day zero, to 66 micro seconds on last day. That means that there are 66 times 36,525, increments of 1/36,525ths micro seconds, or 2,410,650 1/36525ths microsecond increases at the end of 66 centuries.

So if you take 2,410,650 and square it to get the ramp, you get 5,811,233,422,500 if you divide that in half you get 2,905,616,711,250 total, 1/36,525 micro seconds over 66 centuries.

2,905,616,711,250 divided by 36,525 Equals 79,551,450 micro seconds. Equals 79.55145 seconds.

I doubt any clock is going to measure that. And I certainly will not be here to check. Ha-ha.

This is dependent on which calender you use. You may also have to work out leap year. You might experience an extra leap year in 100 years.

This is how I think about it. Pretty scary.

Sincerely,

William McCormick