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Old March 3 2011, 01:40 PM   #16
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Re: Star Trek Chronometer - A Stardate Clock Program

I'll certainly have a look at it. I'm writing a star trek story and anything that helps stardates to be consistent with some kind of internal logic is a useful tool.
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Re: Star Trek Chronometer - A Stardate Clock Program

I still like the idea of a stardate also being an indication of space time. Distance and time. Pulsars used for some parts of the number-line, date for other parts.
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