March 5, 2024

Here are all the facts you need to know about your birthday on Tuesday, March 5, 2024:

🕰️ Born into › Generation Alpha
🎉 Next birthday will be on › Thursday
🎂 How many days until my birthday

Countdown time to your next birthday:


🍿 Number one movie › Dune: Part Two
🎮 Number one video game › Helldivers II
🎵 Number one song › "Texas Hold 'Em" by Beyonce

🐉 Chinese Zodiac › Dragon
☀️ Sun Sign › Pisces
🌊 Zodiac Element › Water
🌠 Zodiac Quality › Mutable
🪐 Ruling Planet › Neptune ♆
🐼 Spirit Animal › Wolf

🔢 Life Path Number › 7
🌼 Birth flower › Daffodil
🪨 Birthstone › Aquamarine
📅 Lucky day › Thursday
Power Color › Light Green

Gas price per gallon › $3.31
🔌 Electricity price per KWh › $0.17
🍞 Bread price per pound › $2.02
🍻 Alcohol price per 16oz › $1.77
🥛 Milk price per gallon › $3.83
🥚 Eggs price per dozen › $3
🍌 Bananas price per pound › $0.63

🏛️ President of United States
🌎 World population › 8,118,835,999 Source: un.org

⚡️ You’ve traveled over 80,000,000 miles through the Milky Way.
⚡️ You have blinked over 1,224,000 times in your lifetime
⚡️ Your heart beat over 5,760,000 times.
⚡️ You have taken about 8,400,000 steps.
⚡️ You have taken approximately 1,008,000 breaths since your birth.

⏱️ Your billionth (1,000,000,000) second will happen sometime on November 12, 2055.


What happened on my birthday

363
Roman Emperor Julian moves from Antioch with an army of 90,000 to attack the Sassanid Empire, in a campaign that brings about his own death.

1046
Persian scholar Naser Khosrow begins the 7 year Middle Eastern journey which he will later describe in his book Safarnama.

1496
English King Henry VII grants John Cabot (Giovanni Caboto) a commission to explore for new lands.

1770
Boston Massacre (Incident on King Street): British soldiers kill 5 men in a crowd throwing snowballs, stones and sticks at them. African American Crispus Attucks 1st to die; later held up as early black martyr. Massacre galvanizes anti-British feelings.

1946
Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech in Fulton, Missouri, popularizes the term and draws attention to the division of Europe.


Famous people with my birthday

1956
Adriana Barraza, Mexican actress

1954
Marsha Warfield, American comedian, and actress (Night Court, 1986-92 - "Roz")

1923
Laurence Tisch, American businessman (CEO of CBS Television, 1985-96; co-founder of Loews Corp)

1978
Kimberly McCullough, California, actress (Robin-General Hospital)

1934
James B Sikking, American actor (Hill Street Blues - "Lt. Howard Hunter"; Star Trek 3; Doogie Howser)

1969
Paul Blackthorne, British actor

1982
Giorgia Palmas, Italian television personality and model

1939
Charles Fuller, American Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright (A Soldier's Play; Zooman and the Sign; The Brownsville Raid), and screenwriter (A Soldier's Story; A Gathering of Old Men)


Holidays on Tuesday, March 5th

Namesake Day
Namesake Day is a special day where you get to explore the story behind your name, finding out why your parents picked it and if it connects to any famous or historical figures.

Finisher's Medal Day
Finisher's Medal Day, celebrated on the first Sunday of March, is a special day to honor and appreciate everyone who completes a marathon, showing off their hard work and determination, no matter how fast they run.

World Information Architecture Day
World Information Architecture Day is like a big, global classroom where people learn and share ideas on how to organize information on websites and apps so it's easier for everyone to find and understand what they need.

National Absinthe Day
National Absinthe Day, celebrated on March 5th, is a day to remember a unique green drink that became famous among artists and writers for its mysterious and creative vibe.

International Open Data Day
International Open Data Day is a special day where people celebrate the idea that all kinds of information should be free and open for everyone to use, and it happens every year on March 5th to encourage sharing and using data in ways that can benefit everyone.