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dotancohen at gmail.com
Sat Jul 30 17:20:45 UTC 2005
On 7/30/05, Scott Talbot <talbotscott at cox.net> wrote:
> Too true, but then it is a much simpler plan to have 13 month year
> (with 1 "extra" day) than it is to remember 30 days hath September,
> April, June etc. etc. Though it is impossible to believe it'll ever
> change anyway. Kind of like the English spelling problems!
It may change. Technology and culture are constantly changing, and the
measurement of time has to stand up to both of their needs. Every few
hunderd years there is a major change in the way time is measued/
calculated. Swatch has recently introduced a new line of watches that
keep 'internet time': a measurement that divides evenly by 10 into the
English speling erors are another thing, thogh.
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