Happy Birthday – By the Numbers!

by Dr. Bruce on February 3, 2012

We have a cousin—for the sake of this post, we’ll call him “Max.”  Today is Max’s birthday—Happy Birthday Max!!

What makes his/this birthday so special is the “numerology” of it.  Max was born on February 3, 1945.  In numbers terms, that is 2-3-45.  Today, Max turns 67.  So, now the number string reads: 2-3-45 67.  Wow!

That got me thinking.  If Max can hit a six consecutive number string today, what other combination of birthdates and ages can achieve the same length, or longer, of consecutive numbers?

Here is the answer—in calendar order:

BIRTH DATE           “STRING DAY” AGE     NUMBER STRING      STRING DAY YEAR

January  2, 1934                      56                                   1-2-34  56                              1980

January 23, 1945                    67                                   1-23-45 67*                          2012

February 3, 1945                    67                                   2-3-45   67                             2012**

March 4, 1956                          78                                   3-4-56   78                             2034

April 5, 1967                            89                                    4-5-67    89                            2056

December, 3, 1945                67                                  12-3-45  67                              2012

*Seven consecutive numbers

**Happy Birthday Max

As you can see, the year 1945 produced the most 6, or more, number-string birthdays—three.

Max, there are many reasons why you are so wonderfully special.  Today, add “numerology” to the “special” list.  Happy Birthday!!

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