Taking calendar reform viral – Globe Asia – March 2013

The Hanke-Henry Permanent Calendar

“The Hanke-Henry Permanent Calendar provides a comprehensive template for revising the contemporary Gregorian calendar. It adheres to the most basic tenet of a fixed (read: permanent) calendar – each year, each date falls on the same day of the week; in our case, every year begins on
Sunday, January 1.
The year is then divided into four three-month quarters. Each month begins on the same day (and date) each year. The first two months of each quarter are made up of 30 days; the third is made up of 31 days.”

Read the full story about the new calendar devised by economist Prof. Steve Hanke and Astrophysics Prof. Richard Conn Henry from Johns Hopkins University in the USA.

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