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I created this puzzle. What is so special about this number sequence? What is the logic behind this sequence? $$63072, 123172, 123173, 123174, 123175, 123176, 123177, 123178, 123179, 63081, 63082, 63083, 63085, 123187, 123189, 123190, 63092, 63093, 63094, 123195, 63097, 123198, 123105, 123108, 63012, 63015, 123116$$

Hint 1:

What do you spend the most?

Hint 2:

How much do you spend it?

Hint 3:

How accurate is it?

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I think these are the

dates when a leap second was added

However, they do not seem to match

the dates at IETF

The hints are

the thing you spend the most is time

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I think they are

dates... Not so sure. The numbers starting with 1231 are new year eves.

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  • $\begingroup$ I sincerely apologize for not appreciating your effort so far, @Displaymaths. You were right though. Nice work and good guess. $\endgroup$ – John Brookfields Jun 5 at 23:19

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