Most boring day in history has been identified
That’s right. You might remember days being boring when you were a kid, but now we have scientific proof that one day stood amongst many to be crowned the most boring in history.
What day was it you ask? April 11, 1954. There it is. The most boring day in history.
Highlights from the UK Telegraph article:
Computer programmer William Tunstall-Pedoe has calculated that to be the most objectively dull day since 1900.
Cambridge University-educated Mr Tunstall-Pedoe said: “Nobody significant died that day, no major events apparently occurred and, although a typical day in the 20th century has many notable people being born, for some reason that day had only one who might make that claim – Abdullah Atalar, a Turkish academic.
“The irony is, though, that – having done the calculation – the day is interesting for being exceptionally boring. Unless, that is, you are Abdullah Atalar.