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    Re: Is the date ever the same globally?
    From: Jared Sherman
    Date: 2004 Oct 15, 18:55 -0400

    An interesting diagram. I notice that it lacks an "2400" position on it
    though. Surely, at the instant of 1200GMT there are simultaneous instants of
    0000 and 2400 though. And we are taught that 0000 is the start of a new day,
    while 2400 is the end of the old day--even if they are the same instant.
    
    How do you reconcile this, then?
    
    
    

       
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