Zoot Zoot Posted April 14, 2010 Report Share Posted April 14, 2010 Due to there being several, if not more, time scales people use. I propose one universal timescale to keep everyone at the same speed. Here is an example 1440 minutes in a day Divide 1440 by 7 you get 205 minutes (Simplified) 205 minutes converted into hours is 3.416 recurring hours, so simplified we will say 3.4 hours for the sake of argument Which converts to 3 hours and 24 minutes But for the sake of simplicity we round it to 3 hours, 25 minutes real time. One day in CNRP is 3 hours, 25 minutes real time One real life day, is 1 week in CNRP Seven days in a week, transcribes to a month and a half in CNRP Two weeks transcribes to 3 months in cnrp Four weeks (Month), transcribes to 6 months in CNRP Eight weeks (Two months) transcribes to a Year in CNRP Its pretty simple and easy to follow. Questions or thoughts on this theory? Btw the maths checks out, my Dad has a masters degree in Maths and he said it looks fine, and the theory is sound. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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