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    how does adding the year you were born and how old you'll be this year equals 2011 for everybody

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    Adding the year you were born and how old you'll be always equals to the present year. It'll be the same next year, for example: I was born on 1984, i'll be 27 this year 1984+27=2011; next year: 1984+28=2012.
    And now, lets say you were born on the year 0 (zero), this year you're 2011, so: 0+2011=2011. This is the logic, because your age is the same number as if you just count the years since 1984 (from the example) till this year, it's just counting!
    Hope you got it, it's pretty hard to explain, even though it makes sense...


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