Reformed International Fixed Calendar

A Reformed International Calendar (rIFC)

If you do not know what the International Fixed Calendar (IFC) is, why it matters, or why I would want to reform it, then please read my very large 45-page blog page on the Calendar Reform where I: first talk about the significant issues with our current Calendar, the Gregorian Calendar, and then talk about how the International Fixed Calendar (IFC) solves all of those issues. Towards the end of that large document I recommend some reforms to the IFC to help make it even better.

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What is leap year?

New Page: Calendar Reform

In over a decade of me trying to figure out why our world is so messed up there have been quite a few ideas I have come up with or have discovered when thinking about how to make the world a simpler or better place, reform such as: time, metrics, language, culture, economy, and many others. However, here is one area of reform which you may have not ever considered, because it is such an integral part of our everyday life: Calendar Reform.

I had originally written about this topic for my micronational work (Republic of Talossa) in April of 2006, so this rewrite is a fairly significant expansion of my previous work, as well as being an attempt to put this idea before a much larger audience through my personal blog. My previous work was about 1,300 words and this one is approximately 13,000 words because, now, I am attempting to show you how and why and not just tell you, which I hope will be powerful!

Why do we need calendar reform you ask? Well, Hopefully, I can make that case here, so settle in for a ride that is going to ask you to think A LOT about our calendar, which we take for granted and give very little thought to about how we plan things and how it affects us in our daily lives.

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New Page: Social, Environmental, and Economic Policies to Transform the World

If you want to ever wanted to know what sort of political platform I would run on, it would go something like what follows on my new page under Social Activism titled: Policies to Transform the World Keep in mind that those polices tend to be VERY US centric and reflect the social and political […]

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Model of a TVP City

Productivity and Motivation in a Resource Based Economy?

Introduction I am writing this post in response to a question posed by Tyler Suard (an economics major) in my Facebook thread about a RBE where I posted a link to my blog post The Cancer of Capitalism and Its Antidote. I am writing this post to help solidify my thoughts and understanding on this […]

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Sample Planogram

N2Go – Progress Report for Entering Week 3

This will be a summary of my progress entering week 3 following training: Rise of THE Machines! I just started to panic, because, yesterday, I learned that my machines arrived at the warehouse on Friday, but I thought I had arranged for them to arrive around April 20th or so, since that was just a bit more […]

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Joe Conservative vs Whackydo Liberals

From a Facbook post by John Geremia Joe conservative gets up at 6 a.m. and fills his coffeepot with water to prepare his morning coffee. The water is clean because some tree-hugging liberal fought for minimum water-quality standards. With his first swallow of coffee, he takes his daily medication. His medications are safe to take […]

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The 28th and 29 Amendments to the Constitution

See my 2 posts for a break down on plethora of electoral issues we have: A General Look at the Systemic Suppression Inherent with America’s Two Party System (Aug 2016) My Thoughts for Electoral Reform (Aug 2016) 28th Amendment – Money is not Speech; Corporations are not people The following is the text taken from the Move […]

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