Re: The English/French counting system (WAS: number systemsfromconlangs)
|From:||Nik Taylor <yonjuuni@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, September 16, 2003, 6:43|
> Shall I tell you my idea for calender reform?
> You have 13 months, of 28 days each. Every 28 years, you have a leap-month,
> and every 112 years you have two. There.
Interesting idea, but I don't like 13-month systems. It can't be easily
divided into thirds or quarters or even halves. I'd rather have 12
months in a 30-30-31 pattern, but perhaps, like your idea, have a 28-day
month added in multiples of 28. Rather than have a 14-month year in
multiples of 112, perhaps you could have years following multiples of
112 also be leap years, thus, having two 13-month years in a row.
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