How to Calculate Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)?

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1. Find the number of longitude lines between you and the Prime Meridian in Greenwich, England. Remember when you were in school learning geography, and looking at the maps with those lines running north and south, from pole to pole? Those are
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Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is a time system originally referring to mean solar time at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London, which later became adopted as a global time standard
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Greenwich mean time is 6 hours ahead of Mountain Time. So the time now is 6:09pm GMT. ChaCha for now!
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The tome at 0 degrees longitude at the Royal Greenwich Observatory in London England. There's a little brass disk there and all longitude and time zones are measured from that point
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