In West Baltimore, Nevermind leap days. Johns Hopkins professors propose a new calendar with the occasional leap week.

In 1582, Pope Gregory began a campaign to replace Julius Caesar’s widely used calendar with a slightly more accurate one that was named for him. Most of the modern world eventually agreed, and the rest is history. Now a pair of Johns Hopkins professors believe it’s time to turn the page on the Gregorian calendar in favor of one to really last the ages. (Balt. Sun)

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