Thursday, April 11, 2013

Constant Calendar



Its Time has come

Our present calendar has always seemed archaic to me, composed of 30 and 31-day months thrown haphazardly together, including one month of 28 days which
increases to 29 every four years. A year of 91-day quarters, each quarter composed of 13 seven-day weeks, would permit each quarter to have the same start and end days. However, since that would only total to 364 days, we would need an extra year-day to fill out our solar year. If we identified that day only as New Years Day, it would not need any other name or number. If we assigned it to January, as it is now, we could assign Leap Year Day, also a day without other name or number, to July. We would gain these advantages: