21 APR 2014 by ideonexus

 The Terran Computational Calendar

Synchronized with the northern winter solstice, the terran computational calendar began roughly*10 days before the UNIX Epoch. Each year is composed of 13 identical 28-day months, followed by a 'minimonth' that houses leap days (one most years and two every 4th but not 128th year) and leap seconds (issued by the IERS during that year). Each date is an unambiguous instant in time that exploits zero-based numbering and a handful of delimiters to represent the number of years and ...
Folksonomies: timekeeping standards
Folksonomies: timekeeping standards
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Zero-based, resets off the winter solstice, begins 10 days before the UNIX Epoch.