We’ve all heard that the oldest date on the calendar is the year that the first recorded human being ever walked the Earth, but the oldest time of year is still far from clear.
This year’s earliest calendar date is the date of Julian Day, or December 25th, which means the date is actually December 25, the same date that humans began using calendars around that time, rather than the calendar that was adopted around the same time as ours.
Julian dates are determined by the moon’s position and how long it has been since the planet has been in its orbit around the sun, and so they’re usually associated with the time when the moon first began to move around the Earth.
But it turns out that Julian dates also can be used to measure the dates of the earliest known humans.
They can also be used for dates that don’t have anything to do with the actual beginning of human history, such as the earliest time of the first human birth.
This month, the scientists behind the Julian calendar and other calendars will give a presentation to the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) in London.
The presentation is titled “How the Julian date calendar is more than just a date”, and it will focus on the history of the dates, the evolution of them and how they have influenced how people measure time.
“It’s a fascinating subject for the future of astronomy, which we are trying to do in this presentation,” said RAS member Dr Peter Beyer, who is presenting the presentation.
The date of the last time humans went back to the moon was discovered by a British amateur astronomer named John Friese in 1799.
Frieses was using a telescope in the sky over Ireland when he noticed that the moon looked bigger on the horizon than it did on the ground.
He measured the distance between the moon and Earth, which was around 1,700 kilometres, which is about half the distance to the sun.
But the distance from Earth to the Moon was still 1,200 kilometres, so Frieser decided to try a different approach.
He took a balloon, inflated it to 100 metres in diameter, and flew it through the sky.
He used the balloon as a model of a comet and observed its orbit, and discovered that the comet was heading straight towards the sun and that the sun was moving away from the comet.
So Fries, in 1812, came up with a calendar that would start with January 1st and end on December 25.
“The moon would be at its lowest point in the constellation Lyra, and at its highest point in Pisces,” said Beyer.
“So we started from January 1, 1812.”
Beyer went on to calculate the date, using the date from the telescope, the date on a calendar from 1812 and the date in the telescope.
He then calculated the difference between the two dates.
This difference was 1,000,000 years, or almost three times as old as the moon.
So, on that date in 1813, the sun would have moved from the west to the east and the earth from the north to the south, making it look like the Earth had moved one month.
The next leap year, 1814, was the first year that there was a new moon.
“This year was a leap year because it happened in 1814,” said the RAS presenter.
“And the first day of December was called New Year’s Day.”
So in the year 1814 and the year before that, the new moon had moved to the west and the moon had changed direction, making the day look like it was moving from the east to the north.
But this year’s date doesn’t have any significance for the Earth and the stars.
So what did the Romans know about the Earth’s history?
Roman astronomers were familiar with the planets and stars, but they weren’t familiar with how to measure time accurately.
So they took a different route.
Roman astronomers did the same thing that Fries had done.
They calculated the date that the solar system was at, and they did this by counting the number of days in a year, which equals the number we can measure with a telescope.
So if we know that the Earth was around 12,500 years old, then the number is 12,200 years.
So we know the date the solar year is on, which gives us the date we can calculate.
But we don’t know how long that date has been, so we have to find a way of telling us.
So Romans were using calendars based on the date.
But Roman astronomers didn’t know about calendars based around the stars and the planets.
So the Romans used calendar based on stars, planets and the seasons.
But not in the same way that we do.
The Romans didn’t have calendars based just around the planets, because the stars didn’t exist.
“A few hundred years before the Romans came,