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dTime

dTime

 

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What if we count time with a 'decimal clock'.

A concept. Try it, you'll find it easy.

One day = 100 kars

KAR from the old (sorry current) way to count the time. It's about 14 minutes now.

One Kar = 100 mnit

MNIT come from 'little minute' and is about 8 seconds today.

Why?

-The ease of calculation.

Try to calculate how many minutes until next Sunday noon. (It is Tuesday 6:00 p.m.

In decimal it is 5days x 100 Kars one day + 75 = 575 Kars Kars and therefore MNIT 57, 500.

Why not?

- Think different

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