The whole world is of the same age today? A post is making rounds on social media that claims that today is a day that is once in a 1000-year phenomenon and that the whole world is of the same age.
The post, going viral on social media, reads: "Do you know that today the whole world is of the same age! Today is a very special day and there are only one chance every Millennium (1,000) years. Your age + your year of birth, every person is = 2022."
"It’s so strange that even experts can’t explain it! You figure it out and see if it's 2022. It’s a thousand-year wait!" the post added.
It further gives an example: "Suppose, your age is 58 years old and you are born in 1964, so 58+1964= 2022." The post further asks you to "use the age you are going to be during this year."
"If you were born in 1949 and your age is 73. So, 1949 +73=2022," it added. Interesting, isn't it?
It worked, right? Well, news flash! Once in a 1000-year phenomenon is nothing but simple Maths! Yes, you read it right.
What is the truth behind this?
Well, if you will add the number of years to the year you were born, you will get the current year as a result. Actually, it is the case on December 31 every year when this formula works for everyone as it is the last day of the year.