What is it?
Cannonian Time is metric time. There are 100 hours in a day!
Why is it better?
The current 24/60/60 system was 'invented' roughly 3000 years ago by the Ancient Egyptians and Babylonians and improved by the Ancient Greeks. It is based upon a base-12 system, which is the counting system they used at the time. We've obviously progressed quite a bit since then! We now use a base-10 system, and practically every measurable entity can be measured metrically. Except time. Until now
How does it work?
Cannonian Time has 100 hours to a day, 10 minutes to an hour, and 100 centiminutes to a minute. Days, weeks, months and year all remain the same.
To learn more about Cannonian Time, you might be interested in my presentation
Made By Jack Cannon
Cannonian Time was invented by Jack Cannon, who also built the JS library (CannonianJS) and this site.
See c.annon.co.uk for more info on Jack
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