Friday, January 6, 2012

An Astrophysicist Wants to Change the Gregorian Calendar

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 Richard Conn Henry, an astrophysicist from John Hopkins University, and former deputy director of NASA astrophysicist division, was recently featured in Huffington Post Science wanting to change the Gregorian Calendar.  The present calendar is 400 years old  He has been doing it since 2004.  He was not successful.

Why was he not successful?

The new calendar will make sure that Christmas, or July 4th celebration will fall on the same day.

What do you think of this change?

Why is he not successful so far?   (Is this same problem as having the l3th house on the horoscope?  Will you have difficulty in celebrating your birthdays or anniversaries.  Some 3lst day or 28 would have to go right?) 

Can you suggest a new calendar?

Why is it thinking out of the box?  Does a calendar have to have 52 weeks, 7 days in a week?

Let us suggest a new calendar

New Calendar Proposed by Richard Conn Henry at Huffington Post Science

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