Novel Optimal Perennial Calendar Systems and Their Impact on the Energy Demand and the Environment
Corresponding Author: CLAUDE EL BAYEH
Received: 04.10.202
Accepted 22.11.202
Published 17.01.202

Has anyone ever missed an event because he was confused about days and dates? Do we remember the date of any day without looking at a calendar? Is the current Gregorian Calendar efficient enough for use, and does it facilitate our life or make it more complicated? Have you ever thought about a much simpler way to calculate days and dates in a year? All these questions are answered in this paper, in which the author proposes original optimization algorithm that creates optimal perennial calendars. Results show that there is more than one way to create a perennial calendar, in which the number of days in each month does not change, neither the dates. Hence, all months have the same sequence of days and dates. In other meaning, Monday becomes the first day of every month, and Sunday becomes the last day. Consequently, the calendars become much easier to memorize and very simple to predict the days and dates in any year.

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