Sunday, October 30, 2011

Randy Seaver's Saturday Night Fun

Randy Seaver of Genea-Musings pointed us to the BBC News website to determine our place in the current world population as well as our place in all of history.  The numbers are really just estimates, but check the website to see how they calculate it.  It's easy -- just enter your birthdate in the fields and click on GO.

I was the 2,574,049,084th person alive at that time, and I was the 75,774,910,192nd person to have ever lived. 

Then I entered the next day's date to find out how many people were born on my birthday.  I share my day with 127,966 people.

Here's how it looks in graph form:


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