World Calendar 2012: 35 days in a month

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World Calendar 2012: 35 days in a month

World Calendar Association initiated changing the calendar system and founding quite a new one which will be accepted in the whole world. The new calendar may be born in 2012. Search for “calendar 2012”, “new calendar 2012” and you’ll find lots of stuff on this topic. Russian, American and foreign media outlets, scientific publications cover the change from Gregoryan calendar to a new one. Wane Richardson, the president of World Calendar Association said the year will have 365 days, the calendar is going to be a symmetric one as each month will start on Monday. The changing of the calendar should be yet confirmed by the UN. The date December 22nd 2012 will be replaced with the date "1st of ………….. in the year 01" and be written 01/01/01 dd/mm/yy format. "A C H" stands for "Anno Concordia Humanus" which in Latin means "in the year the human race became civilised". Effective at one second past midnight on December 22nd 20121, the new civil calendar celebrating Global Peace and security will be born. It will mark several days of celebrations starting from December 12th, 2012 until the end of the first new day of the new calendar. From 1 ACH all months will be 30 days in length with the exception of the 12th month every year, which will be 35. Leap years will cease as you know them. They will be replaced with a 3 day leap year every twelve years, starting in 12 ACH (2025 CE). Special events, celebrations and festivals will take place throughout the universe every time Earth has a leap year in future. One of the reasons to change the calendar system is to have fixed days for definite events. For example, religious holidays are difficult to fix as they have either their fixed week day or fixed date in month, hence they are marked on different days each year.

Source: Panorama.am

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