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Google Dates Linux to 1910  (View post)

Chris Turner [PersonRank 1]

Friday, October 26, 2007
16 years ago4,410 views

This may be compounded by the quaint way in which our American cousins consider the second day of the sixth month to be 6th February.

Remember also the tragic consequences of 11/9...?

TKDWILSON [PersonRank 1]

16 years ago #

Or, someone developed a time machine and worked on linux in the past. :-)

Bilal [PersonRank 10]

16 years ago #

This must be true, Google never lies i know him ;-).
or it is written from right to left
1910 = 0191 = 01-91.

Nathan [PersonRank 0]

16 years ago #

Looks like they fixed it already.

Siddiq [PersonRank 0]

16 years ago #

Conceptually, the whole idea of Linux may have been developed in the early 19th century. But the actual work, might have begun in the 70's. As they were computers readily available to work on. :)

Matt Cutts [PersonRank 10]

16 years ago #

I stopped by to say the experimental team improved the parsing, but Nathan beat me to it. :)

Mike [PersonRank 0]

16 years ago #

A timeline search for "Monty Python" will give you results starting in 33 AD. (It's a link to Life of Brian, of course.)

Tim Aman [PersonRank 0]

16 years ago #

It's a time-travelling conspiracy! They're hushing it up so that you wont know that time-machines are actually driven by Linux! Just like the ATM conspiracy and OS2! Oh no – gotta post before they make me not have "Submit"ted!

Mrrix32 [PersonRank 10]

16 years ago #

[put at-character here]Chris Turner
Yeah 11/9, when I was at school our history teacher had made a poster saying "How did 9/11/2001 change the world" ....and I'm in the UK

I don't see why the Americans make such a big fuss about the 9th November :D

James Xuan [PersonRank 10]

16 years ago #

Hahaha, I remember you mentioned this before

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