Time     時間

Concept nr 8. in the universal order



Clock and Calendar


 الوقت, 时间, 時間, Времето, Čas, Tid, Aika, Temps, Χρόνος, זמן, Idő, 시간, زمان, Vremea, وخت, Tiempo, เวลา, اس وقت, Zeit

As a final thought for those of you currently learning another language you might be slightly discouraged by a report from Swarthmore College linguist K. David Harrison who predicts that 90% of the World’s languages will be extinct by 2050.                       [ quote from ▼]

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         Time 時間 to develop 発展するために ADA-I

        Time is organized in seconds                                  and it is to remain this way.



There is however an error in the collective programming of the numeric system; 
The avarage individual on this planet is tought that 1+1=2 and 2+2=4. This is correct, yet there is something missing.
  1+2=3.  The 1 should not forget the 2 and the 2 should not forget the 1.
It was a Japanese man which found the proper answer to this question; 

It is hereby the task of the Japanese to correct this error on the socio/ economic level                       ▲top

and it is hereby the duty of others to respect the Japanese and double the time to listen to what their leaders advize.
The statement about the economic system being based on "offer & demand" is valid on the yushi level of civilization.
On the genshi level of civilization any two concepts are always brought to three in triangular thinking. 
The economic system on the genshi level would _indeed man of the land of Yen_ be based on "offer , demand & answer".





 Clock and Calendar                                                                                              時計及びカレンダー
  Why ?... Ask yourself.                                                                                              なぜ、自分になぜか尋ねてください。

Once "The seven elected men" have been found, they may decide which calendar is going to be applied for the human race.      Such a decision is not to be taken by an individual alone.

The Common Clock, as we know it now, is organized in 1x60x60x24 and starts at 00:00:00  {hh:mm:ss}    
                         The Ranuta Clock is organized in 1x30x15x8x4x6 and starts at 1'11'1'1        {Ra' yuNU 'TA 'ro }             
 To bridge the temporary difference [that is the coming 238 years] a modified Ranuta Clock can be used. When talking about Clock CClock stands for Common Clock, RClock stands for Ranuta Clock and MClock for Modified Ranuta Clock.

     The Modified Ranuta Clock is organized in 1x60x60x4x6 and starts at  0'0' 00:00    {Ra' Yu' mm:ss}

On sheet TC-N2 of the T.r.u.s.t 53 you may find the CClock, RClock and MClock running  



Concerning the Calendar "The seven elected men" may choose for any existing [click image below] or from the one presented in 

the   T.r.u.s.t. 53.

◄  This program is demonstrated under the item The Software.                                      Mutida calendar


  Mutida calendar














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Children from Oesbekistan, Turkyi, The Netherlands, Koerdistan, Somalia, Iran, Irak, Syria,              Afganistan, Algeria, The Antilles, Egypt, Marocco and Spain.



       Pama-shi-ku     Jeannette H.►


Even though half the planet could give some advise, some mothers have difficulty teaching them how to eat properly.    ▲top


The Mutida is called to be of "Udai". Yet as "Udai" no longer exists, it may be given any other name. Like for example 'Internet Calendar' or something like that. The name is only important if you want to know what you are talking about. 

 Be sure though to choose a name Homo sapiens will except out of free will and without pressure.      

In this the name Mutida lives on.                            Sign of respect. 

 Be prepared though that some Homo sapiens will except the chosen name and some will not.      

In the Gregorian calendar are two kinds of years. A 365 days-year and a 366 days-year. The Mutida roots in these two kinds. 

A week consists of 7 days. This remains so.  365 divided by 7 is  52 weeks + 1 day,  366 divided by 7 is  52 weeks + 2 days.

A month consists out of 4 weeks. There are 28 days in 1 month and thus 365 divided by 28 is 13 months + 1 or 2 day(s) in 1 year.

In a 366 days-year there are two days 'not counted'. May 5 and August 8. In a 365 year there is one day 'not counted'. August 8.

May 5 in a 366-days year and August 8 in every year are set to special days. 

The Mutida runs in three blocks. The start of the first cycle was set [ by an idiot ] on the 5th of May in the 366 days-year 1992. 

As counting starts with 1, the 1st block starts with 1.    In the calender are 3 positions reserved for this block, as 000.

The 5th of May 1992 therefor 001. The 5th of May 1996 thus 002. The 5th of May 2000003. The 5th of May 2004004 and so on. 

The second block consists of 3 positions also. 000.000. The 1st position of the second block shows the year.  As counting starts 

with 1, the 1st position of the second block starts with 1. The 2nd and 3rd position of the second block are reserved for the 

month.  As counting starts with 1, the 3rd position of the second block starts with 1. The 10th,11th,12th and 13th month will 

change the 2rd position of the second block from 0 to 1.  The 2nd and 3rd position of the second block change from 01 to 13.

The third block consists out of 2 positions. 000.000.00 The 1st position of the third block shows the week. As counting starts with

1, the 1st position of the third block starts with 1. The 2nd position of the third block is reserved for the days. As counting starts 

with 1, the 2nd position of the third block starts with 1 and changes from 1 to 7. 

May 6, 1992 quotes 001.101.11. The 1st position of the second block and the 1st position of the third block change from 1 to 4.

The first block continues till 999. When the Ranuta clock will be implemented the third block will grow to a 3 position block.

064.307.325 would indicated: from 16:00h till 20:00h on the 2nd day of the 3rd week in the 7th month of the (_A.C._) year 2251.

Under construction 






week 1 week 2 week 3 week 4
1 mon myo 0:00 myo 11 21 31 41
2 tues oka 4:00 oka 12 22 32 42
3 wednes isu 8:00 isu 13 23 33 43
4 thurs kei 12:00 kei 14 24 34 44
5 fri ami 16:00 ami 15 25 35 45
6 satur ole 20:00 ole 16 26 36 46
7 sun yai 17 27 37 47

There is a reason why there are 2 indications [actually 3] for the 5th of May of a leap year, but i 'm not sure anymore what it is.  [I went through the box with gathered notes but couldn't find it.... sorry]. As far as i remember, Mtida relates to the daynumber. Mu-Tida to the administrative aspect of this day and Mu-Yaida to the feeling of cheerfullness of this day. { Differentiations in Ada-i }