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betajet
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Re: Take a walk on the wild side...
betajet   2/21/2014 8:24:58 PM
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The term I learned is SWAG -- Scientific Wild-A*** Guess.

Without reading through all of your text, I'd say you're having a problem subtracting 7-digit numbers with 6-digit floating-point precision.  There's a reason the Unix time() function returns an integer time in seconds rather than floating point.

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Take a walk on the wild side...
Max The Magnificent   2/21/2014 7:40:04 PM
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Even if you aren't sure what the problem was, be brave -- take a WAG ("wild xxx guess")

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