Op-Ed: 364-Day Calendar Intriguing But Unnecessary

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Read Brandon Keim's Wired post, "Proposed New Calendar Would Make Time Rational"

It's 2012 — time to throw out the 2011 calendar. But professors Richard Conn Henry and Steven Hanke say it's time to trash the Gregorian calendar altogether. The Hanke-Henry Permanent Calendar would make holidays fall on the same day of the week each year. Wired's Brandon Keim explains why he thinks the plan is not a good idea.

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