Home Page for Calendar Reform|
Maintained by Rick McCarty, this site has complete information about calendar reform, an e-mail forum for discussion of calendars and timekeeping, and more. Very extensive.
The 13-Month Calendar
By the same author, information about the 13-month calendar devised in 1849.
The World Calendar
Also by McCarty, this page gives information about a calendar where the same date lands on the same day of the week every year.
Calendar reform based on the sexagesimal system with which we already measure the time of the day.
What Dime is it?
By Sergei Zaytsev, if you have ever wondered why there aren't 10 hours a day, and 100 minutes per hour, this page shows how it would work, and includes clever names for the decimal time frames.
Leap Week Calendars
Perpetual Calendars that stick to the existing 7 day week. Includes review of various leap week rules and a table of possible leap week cycles.
A New Calendar
Site exploring various options for calendar reform.
Aristean Perpetual Calendar
A very simple and sensible calendar destined to replace the present Gregorian calendar. This is God's calendar for the new millennium.
IndiaContributes 373632-Year Cycle (Word Document)
This is based on my discussions with Calndr-L group, using data that I worked since 1970-71 with the theme: *A World Calendar for All Ages & Time by Metric'. 373632-year cycle is the outcome of combining 128-year VGRCalendar; 834-years/148 LWks & [7*128=896] 896-yrs/159 Leap weeks schemes, using *rationalised Tithi/Phase duration alongwith 19-year cycle/235 lunar months*.