Computer Calculates the Most Boring Day Ever →
A computer-programmer from Cambridge, William Tunstall-Pedoe, fed a computer program called True Knowledge over 300 million facts about people, places and events that have made the news since 1900. Using algorithms and the information provided, the computer calculated the most boring day ever—a day where no major significant events took place. So what was this uber-boring day? April 11, 1954....
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