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EDUCATION

21 things you will not learn in school till you graduate.

Knowledge is the key to growth, an individual that fails to improve his/her mental status on a daily basis is bound to be stagnant in intellectual expositions. knowledge of things around you and your world will always give you the confidence to speak when others are talking, it will also help you to argue confidentially on a particular topic without fear. Below are some basic things you need to know as an individual 1. Did you know that September 1752 had only 19 days? (Reason: 11 days was removed from the calendar

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21 things you will not learn in school till you graduate.

POLITICS

How April 1st Becomes April Fool Day.

In the month of September 1752, the England shifted from Roman Julian Calendar to the Gregorian calendar. The Julian Calendar has an in-built error of 1 day every 128 years due to miscalculation of the solar year by 11 minutes. The king of England ordered 11 days to be wiped off the face of that month of September. Consequently, the workers only work for 11 days less for the month and got paid for the whole month. In the Roman Julian Calendar, April used to be the first month of the year, but the Gregorian calendar

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How April 1st Becomes April Fool Day.

EDUCATION

21 Things You Will Never Learn In School Till You Graduate

Information is the way to development. A person who doesn't improve their psychological status day by day should deteriorate in scholarly introductions.  Knowing the things around you and your reality consistently gives you certainty to talk when others talk. It likewise causes you to secretly contend about a specific point unafraid.  The following are some fundamental things you have to know as a person. 1. Did you know? September 1752 had 19 days Accroding to history. (Reason: 11 days was being removed as

  1 year ago ago
21 Things You Will Never Learn In School Till You Graduate

SOCIETY NEWS

11 Days are missing in the Calendar! Find out why

11 Days are missing in the Calendar! Find out why Did you know that September 1752 had only 19 days? The days between 3rd and 13th September 1752 were never lived. Here’s why: It was in this month that England shifted from the Roman Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar. It was necessary to adopt the Gregorian calendar because the Julian year was 11 days longer. The British Calendar Act of 1751 decreed that in Britain (and American Colonies), Thursday 3rd September 1752 should become Thursday 14th Sep

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11 Days are missing in the Calendar! Find out why

TECHNOLOGY

Why 11 days were missing in September 1752 Calendar, and history of April fool

Well the headline might seems strange to you, in order to satisfy your curiosity, you can google search more info about this, but here is a brief reason why 11 days we're missing in the September 1752 calendar. The month of September 1752 was the period during which England shifted from the Roman Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar, a Julian year is 11 days longer than a Gregorian year. So, the king of England as at then ordered that 11 days to be wiped off the face of that particular month. Consequen

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Why 11 days were missing in September 1752 Calendar, and history of April fool

ENTERTAINMENT

See The Unique History Of September 1752 Which Was the Origin Of "April Fool"

See The Unique History Of September 1752 Which Was the Origin Of "April Fool" History is the past events that relate to a particular subject, place, organization, etc. And it is very important because if you can't talk about your past you will not have much to say concerning your present. 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️ This is because our past have a connection to our present and future. For instance, in looking at the unique history of September 1752 Calendar, you will find out that 11days were removed from t

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See The Unique History Of September 1752 Which Was the Origin Of

GAMING

Ever Wondered Why 1st April is Called April Fool's Day? See Why

April Fool's Day which is always celebrated in different countries on 1st April every year. It includes playing jokes,tricks,pranks on other people and player of the joke reveals their actions by shouting April fool. Maybe you have ever wonder why the first day in April is called April Fool's day, though the true origin remain unknown and probably lost to history, but of course different theories abound. Here is an interesting historical fact, just take a look at the calendar for the month of September, 175

  1 year ago ago
Ever Wondered Why 1st April is Called April Fool's Day? See Why