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It sounds like M$ has done one of their usual "mess with Apple" maneuvers to make it difficult for owners of Apple products to use their services and applications.
This is nothing new. Microsoft's old mantra back in the day was "DOS aint done until 1-2-3 won't run" referring to Lotus 1-2-3 and M$'s constant focus on breaking other peoples' software and equipment that run on their operating system.
When will your birthday coincide with a multiple of 1000 days since you were born?
If you lived forever it would always occur.
The Captain is correct, there are 365.2425 days in one year according to our current calendar. This represents an age of 146,097 days on your 400th birthday.
Therefore, on your 400,000th birthday, you will be 146,097,000 days old.
Of course well before then the calendar will have to be changed due to the slowing of the earth's rotation and the associated lengthening of the sidereal day.
(Also, your 282nd birthday scenario is incomplete by the way.
282 * 365 = 102,930 regular days.
Therefore we need to have seen 70 leap days in those 282 years to make a total of 103,000 days.
Now if there were a leap year exactly every four years, that would imply 70 or 71 leap days, the 70 being obtained for those with birthdays as you described.
However, century years are not leap years unless they are divisible by 400, e.g., 1700, 1800, & 1900 were not leap years but 2000 was.
Therefore the 282 year span must not include two non-leap year centuries since that would imply a maximum of 69 leap days possible in the span, giving a total of 102,999 days on that birthday. It is for this reason that the last time it occurred was for people born on 2/28/1916, and won't occur again until people born on 3/1/2202.
The complete set of dates for the 282 year phenomenon are:
3/1/1802 - 2/28/1804
3/1/1806 - 2/28/1808
3/1/1810 - 2/28/1812
3/1/1814 - 2/28/1816
3/1/1902 - 2/28/1904
3/1/1906 - 2/28/1908
3/1/1910 - 2/28/1912
3/1/1914 - 2/28/1916
and any of these dates plus or minus a multiple of 400 years.
This represents 16 years of dates out of every 400, or 4% of all dates.
You can confirm this in Excel by filling column A with a series of dates,
fill cell B1 with the formula:
then copying into the rest of the B column,
and fill cell C1 with the formula:
and copying into the rest of the C column
However, if you do, realize that Excel erroneously represents 2/29/1900 as a legitimate date, although it did not exist: 1900 was not a leap year. This is not a bug: Excel did that on purpose when it was developed to achieve compatibility with Lotus 1-2-3 which did have that bug.
Where can I find old computers?
I have working IBM PC with monochrome monitor (Yellow), dual floppies 5 1/4". No hard drive with 64Kb of ram. Clock speed of 4.7 Mhz. Using DOS 2.2 with Lotus 1-2-3 and dBase III. This system was purchase new in 1984 then used by company for 3 to 4 years, they give the computer to me. The other day I setup the computer, it power on and run Lotus 1-2-3, I created a spreadsheet. This system is text only no graphics. Not for sale -- A museum in Lindsborg KS wants me to give them for display.