Print one of the possible XKCD calendar "facts":
At every decision node, there must be an equal (pseudo-)random chance of each choice.
You may use all uppercase.
You must generate three sentences; a question, a reason, and a title text.
The three sentences should be ended by
. respectively, and separated from each other by a single space.
The only extra white-space you may include is one trailing space and/or line break.
Did you know that the Latest Sunset drifts out of sync with the Zodiac because of time zone legislation in Indiana? Apparently it's getting worse and no one knows why. While it may seem like trivia, it has to be corrected for by GPS satellites.
Did you know that Leap Year happens later every year because of precession of the equator? Apparently scientists are really worried. While it may seem like trivia, it is taken advantage of by high-speed traders.
Did you know that Easter drifts out of sync with the atomic clock in Colorado because of a decree by the pope in the 1500s? Apparently scientists are really worried. While it may seem like trivia, it causes huge headaches for software developers.