Q & A
HHPC in Popular Science Magazine
Articles by Prof. Hanke and Prof. Henry
It's Time To Change The Calendar, Once And For All
Is It Time To Change The Clocks?
What They Didn’t Tell You on the Saudi Road Show
Taking Calendar Reform Viral
Synchronize Your Watches
HHPC and Universal Time in the Press
Steve H. Hanke discusses time zones on WGBH’s Innovation Hub
Time to Dump Time Zones
(New York Times)
Vers une heure unique universelle?
This Guy Says Getting Rid of Time Zones Will Improve Everyone's Life
Why is there a leap day? Is there an alternative?
(The Christian Science Monitor)
Time Zones: What If We Got Rid Of Them?
Clock keeps ticking on calendar reform, as another leap year passes by
(Al Jazeera America)
Should time zones be SCRAPPED?
Economist Says The World Should Operate On Single Time Zone
(CBS San Francisco)
Has the Internet really made time zones obsolete? Not by a long shot.
The radical plan to destroy time zones
Why the new year starts on Jan. 1, a terrible time for renewal
Is tinkering with time bad for your health?
One Time Zone for the World?
Leap Day is today, Feb. 29: This is why we need it
(New York Daily News)
UK pressuring EU to stick with daylight saving time shifts
New Calendar Would Add Extra Week to December
Un nuevo calendario idéntico cada año
An Astrophysicist’s Quest To Reform The Gregorian Calendar
Dump old, impractical calendar, researchers urge
(East Bay Times)
Proposed calendar would make it same exact day, next year
The Hanke-Henry Permanent Calendar would put us all in one big, happy timezone
Professors' proposed calendar synchronizes dates with days
Proposed New Calendar Could Eliminate Financial 'Rip Off' Factor
The Calendar Revolution Begins in Three Days
Is It Time to Overhaul the Calendar?
New calendar proposes to make every year identical - and we'd all save money too
Time for a More Sensible, Permanent Calendar?
Time for a Change? Johns Hopkins Scholars Say Calendar Needs Serious Overhaul
(Johns Hopkins University )
10 Activities for Learning About Leap Year and Other Calendar Oddities
Prof Henry's Site
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