Talk:Astronomical dating

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Uhhh... there's a problem. See, the Gregorian calendar doesn't include a year zero. Essentially, this means that 2000 AD would not be +2000, but +1999. Furthermore, how is this highly accurate? Is it actually used for anything? Barikada 16:51, 10 March 2008 (EDT)