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pixelsoul, thanks for the link.

2all, you know, I noticed that the best part of world-famous people were born in 20-31 date span.
There are very very few of them born on 1st, 2nd, 3rd day of a month (I was born on June, 1st).

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PS: with clearly-seen peak on 20-23 days.
I think it's a trick by some strange attractor.

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Yeah, he is no longer a birthday boy, if you wish birthday man, but at least he is enjoying the 2nd day of the year for him :)

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I was on born on a Sunday, in March

Edited by LastMitch: grammer

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I was on born on a Sunday, in March

Most celebrities (esp., scientists) were born on Sat or Sun.

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Most celebrities (esp., scientists) were born on Sat or Sun.

You must love reading astrology and numerology.

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No, I don't read such a kind of rubbish.
It's simply my own observation (I have almost phenomenal memory for dates,
I can calculate in what phase was the Moon in any date from 1700)

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Very many scientists were born in the 20s of May.
Just as an example -> Andrei Sakharov -> May 21, 1921

PS
It was a Saturday (no wonder for me)

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I was born on a Sunday as a Gemini.

Here is a little Python script to help ...

''' calendar_day_of_week.py
find the day of the week for a given date
'''

import calendar

# for instance Albert Einstein's birthday
year = 1879
month = 3
day = 14
days = ['Mo', 'Tu', 'We', 'Th', 'Fr', 'Sa', 'Su']
weekday = days[calendar.weekday(year, month, day)]

print("The weekday on %02d/%02d/%d was %s" % (month, day, year, weekday))

''' result ...
The weekday on 03/14/1879 was Fr
'''
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I use this:

from calendar import weekday
weekday(1879, 3, 14)
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And yes, it was a Friday ("0" means Monday)

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Btw, the statistics says that the most part of Nobel Prize winners are / were Geminis.

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Here is a little Python script to help ...

I'm not familiar with Python how do you run that code?

Btw, the statistics says that the most part of Nobel Prize winners are / were Geminis.

Where did you get that stat?

Edited by LastMitch: grammer

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Saturday December 15, 1973. Ahh, I remember that like it was yesterday! Oh wait, I'm only remembering yesterday.

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