The “geospatial” motives for the existence of our “Leap Day”
Absurdity of Gregorian Calendar

Simon Shack

My below sequence shows ad absurdum the implication of the well-known notion that “a year actually lasts for 365.25 days”.

Obviously, we do not end up skewed by 6 hours at the completion of a year. Thus, we may legitimately ask ourselves, “Where do these 6 hours come from?” Can the Copernican model account for them, and can the reason for their existence be visually illustrated in a heliocentric Copernican graphic? The short answer to this question is: No.

Please read Chapter 25 — The “geospatial” motives for the existence of our “Leap Day”.

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Illustration: Simon Shack
Source: The TYCHOS

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