A new proposed global time standard for the internet which divides each day into 360 degrees of time.
Statements from an aggressive adherent of "nature's harmonic simultaneous 4-day time cube."
Gives the current time as the percentage of the day that has elapsed thus far for both your local location and Greenwich, England as a world standard reference point.
Shows correlation between decimal and regular time.
Lars Romare suggests a perpetual Gregorian calendar for international and universal use. Includes an extract from Encarta on previous attempts to reform the calendar.