- 30 Jun 2012
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Not until tomorrow anyway
The measure of time is all relative anyway. Its also worth mentioning that a "day" on earth is never exactly 24 hours either, and varies. Professor Brian Cox postulates that the experience we feel of passing time could even be an illusion. So with that in mind, it is impossible to definitively measure time.ColSonders said:Days are a definitive measure of time, sleeps isn't, it's bloody ridiculous.
Sounds very familiarSlaine said:I'm sure I read somewhere that Stephen Hawkings and Brian Cox both subscribe to the notion of "sleeps" measurement as a sound basis for time readings. Although I might be just making this up
The sleeps system doesn't include nana naps mate :-\ColSonders said:I dunno what the **** you guys are on about, it was Christmas this morning.
I opened a present explaining that according to the "sleeps" system it was already christmas.
The wife wasn't overly happy.
When is a sleep not a sleep?Jkrohn1 said:The sleeps system doesn't include nana naps mate :-\
SHROUD said:Col as it was JK who insisted on adding sleeps and I only added a number, I would like to point out I am blameless in your confusion .
Merry Christmas, so close now.
ColSonders said:When is a sleep not a sleep?Jkrohn1 said:The sleeps system doesn't include nana naps mate :-\
I had two sleeps during the night of about two hours each (with about two hours between them)....I had a sleep on friday afternoon of about two hours.
Um....where's your sleep 'logic' at now?
No wonder the kids of today are stupid if this is the logic they are trying to follow.