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    Re: Easy Lunars
    From: Doug Royer
    Date: 2004 Apr 29, 13:58 -0700

    Riffling through the dross in my in-box, among the offers for Viagra and
    enlarging my penis (how CAN they tell? I ask), I found this nugget on "Easy
    lunars" from Frank Reed.
    George,the above had me splitting my side I was laughing so hard.
    Of course, to work this on a calculator, all the degrees-and-minutes
    quantities have first to be converted to decimal degrees.
    Some scientific calculators have the * ' " base60 function that can
    accomplish all the algebraic steps in base60 thus reducing further another
    step.Certain models of Casio and T.I. scientific calculators of this ability
    cost around $25-30.00.Bouc-coup computing power for very little dinero.Easy
    to use also.

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