Here is the NEW
It ismathematically included in this calendar.
I starteucose) readings in about 2017. About a year later, I began to notice that my workday readings were very different from Saturday and Sunday. With the Gregorian calendar there was no way to sort out those two days from the weekdays.
So I had to have a better way to do that.
It is a twelve month, 364 Day calendar. It has the first of every month on Monday. It starts Monday January 1, 2024. It is the first calendar in2100 years that Keeps, January 1, adjusted, to keep that day, centered on the earths perihelion (closest point to the sun, to keep the seasons perfectly aligned, forever. It does this with a leap week that come every 5 or 6 years randomly added to February in leap years.
I built a table in Excel that runs from year 1 to year 3,000 that shows when Leap years will occur. It is extremely accurate.
This calendar and this entire page have been copyrighted by publishing it. The name " TFB Calendar™"
and the name
is and will be trade marked. I will give full rights to the use of the name and it's use, free to all calendar publishers and calendar makers, as long as all on products made, states on all pages and products made, carry the name "TFB Calendar™ Sponsor Name", forever so long as they agree to the statement below.
No calendar made can state that it s an "Official "TFB Calendar™ or ""TFB Calendar™ Sponsor Name" without the consent of TFB Enterprises Corp, owner and publisher of this website. To do so TFB Enterprises Corp would have to approve the design, layout and any graphics and/or pictures. Until the calendar is accepted by some country, it would also have to be labeled as the "Proposed Collectors Edition of the TFB Calendar™ Sponsor Name". To be "OFFICIAL" the maker of the calendar would be required to pay TFB Eenterprises Corp $1.00 for each one sold.
Now I realize this this is going to create a lot of problems for watch makers and software makers with embedded calendars. Gosh, this means they will start engineering fixes and making new products. I suppose this will only increase jobs worldwide by a hundred or so, what's your guess. I know that all of the print industry will need to make new dies and things. I think that may also add few more jobs to the economy.
Now I am looking for more accurate, out
to 12 digits because once this calendar printed in it's final version it
cannot not be changed, too much embedding.
Consequently, when I do get that data some future leap year dates may change.
Now if anyone decides to recalculate the leap years they are prohibited from using the name TFB Calendar™ unless their calculations, exactly, 100% match mine for all years from 1 to 3,000. If mot they will have to use a different name.
Now it's going to be interesting to see which of countries with 10 largest populations is the first to make a public announcement that they are formally adopting the TFB Calendar™ forever.
I will, of course be required then to make note of that, on this website, that they are #1