NUCALENDAR AT A GLANCE

The New Universal Calendar of Human Rights

The New Universal Calendar is a proposal for a total reform of the internationally accepted Gregorian Calendar, Based on Julian C...

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The New Universal Calendar of Human Rights


The New Universal Calendar is a proposal for a total reform of the internationally accepted Gregorian Calendar, Based on Julian Calendar (see about calendars). NUCAL Is a regular, easy to remember, non religious and non anti-religious stable way to organize time segments. NUCAL consists of 13 month each of 28 days and 4 weeks of 7 days, there is also a day not belonging to any month called Years Day.

THE NUCALENDAR YEAR

NUCAL also promotes changing the current Christian Era with historical dates in negative with the obsolete roman notation system of centuries, to the superimposed Eras system and the centurial notation. Finally NUCAL promotes a change in the starting and ending hours of the day.


NUCALENDAR WEEK


NUCALENDAR DAY

NUCAL compared to Gregorian Calendar
  • Every month has 28 days
  • All months have 4 equal weeks of 7 days
  • Every month starts on a holiday Monday
  • Every month ends in a Sunday
  • Each month is divissible by 2, 4 and 7
  • There are 3 consecutive holidays in every month
  • Each year starts on a holiday Monday
  • Each year ends and starts with 4 consecutive holidays
  • The names of the days of the week are multicultural
  • The names of the months promote Human Rights
  • The Centuries are coincidental in numbers with year digits
  • There are no negative dates (b.C.)
  • The day starts in the morning not in the midnight
The Eras system
There are 3 eras in NUCAL:
  1. The Era of History (EH) Starting on 10.001 b.C.
  2. The Era of Homo Sapiens (EO) Starting on 100.001 b.C.
  3. The Era of Mankind (EM) Starting on 1,000.001 b.C.
For example year 2018 is:
12018 (EH) and 112.018 (EO) and 1,112.018 (EM)
2018 is comprised in the 120th Centuria of the (EH) Era
No negative dates anymore. Very simple!

Rules of NUCAL
  1. The days of the week are 7
  2. Each an every month has 4 week
  3. So all months have 28 days
  4. There are 13 months on a year
  5. Week Days are named after the Continents
  6. Months are named after basic Human Rights
  7. All months start with a holiday named like a Human Right
  8. The Calendar starts with the Winter Solstice
  9. The last day of the year is called Years Day
  10. Years Day does not belong to any month is a Holiday
  11. In leap years there is an additional holiday after Years Day
  12. Last day in leap years is called Second Years Day
  13. Every day starts at 6:00 AM in the morning
  14. Every day ends before 6:00 next morning
  15. So there is always one day and one night per day