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Calendar until 2019 ? No problem !

Calendar until 2019 ? No problem !

How to extend The Calendar Life ?

If you have an older LCD watch ( from the early eighties ), you’ll probably have a similar problem. Automatic calendar soon will stop properly show the days of the month and day of the week. With a simple reason – because it will end up.

Whether it is at all possible to extend the life of the calendar ???

Yes…This is possible ! And we will do it soon – using only the buttons – without unscrewing our watch…

Have you thought about why the Calendar that hangs on the wall – for the year is useless ? Despite the fact that each year has 365 days. Perhaps you say : I don’t have to worry because I have a calendar on my tablet / smartphone / desktop.

Yes it’s true, but this calendar also has been designed for each particular year. Most often for a few / several years ahead…What will be later ? Why Every year is different from the previous ? Once the same month has 28 days, other times it’s 29 days ? Why sometimes the first day of the month falls on Tuesday, and for the year falls on a Wednesday ? Why is it so complicated ? Is someone invented it ? as if life was not complicated enough…

Before we will Extend the Life of Our Calendar, we need to raise a question. This question is seemingly very far away from us. In fact refers not only our lives but also our watch ( or more precisely relates to our calendar ). To understand this – we refer to Astrophysics …

Look at the picture below…

Click to enlarge ? Our Solar System ( 2400 x 960px )

Click to enlarge ? Our Solar System ( 2400 x 960px )

Our Solar System … Our Earth orbits the Sun. The Moon revolves around the Earth. The Earth orbits the Sun once every 360 days 9m and 9s with speed 29,76 km/s ( 107136 km/h = 66564 mph). Our Moon orbits the Earth in 27days 7h 43m 11,5s while performing rotation around its own axis, which is almost the same 27days 7h 11,5m and 11.5 s. Periodic changes in the geometry of the Earth-Moon-Sun cause the occurrence of a recurring cycle of 29.53 days.

Click to enlarge ? The Moon ? Earth ? Distance ( 2400 x 960px )

Click to enlarge ? The Moon ? Earth ? Distance ( 2400 x 960px )

This whole System resembles a Giant Machinery. Giant – because the Distances are Enormous. The average Distance from the Center of the Earth to the Center of the Moon is ~384 403 km. Earth from the Sun is situated about 150 million kilometers. Because the Earth’s orbit is elliptical, this distance is small fluctuations during the year.

The Sun revolves around the center of the Milky Way at a distance of around 26 000 light-years-in the direction of Clockwise-Circulation with a period of about 225-250 million years. What’s more – the Milky Way moves relative to the Background Radiation in the direction of the constellation Hydra with a speed of 550 km / s (1.98 million km / h = 1.23 milion mph) !

Click to enlarge ? Really Huge Distances ( 2400 x 960px )

Click to enlarge ? Really Huge Distances ( 2400 x 960px )

This Mechanism requires no adjustment or lubrication – works perfectly for billions of years. There is no friction – because a vacuum…is everywhere. Admittedly this Whole System loses speed – like a watch spring-mechanism – but to notice even a minimum difference we would have to wait for billions of years.

As you can see – this Gigantic Machinery recalls a Well-Oiled Mechanism of a Swiss Watch with balance wheel. Except that here – 24 hours last forever. Just like in the watch, whose tips are reset every 12 hours, our Solar System also works periodically and also „resets”.

Universe

The Universe like a Swiss Watch Mechanism

Nobody knows exactly, probably in the late eighteenth century, European Astronomers have discovered some interesting dependency…

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They noticed that the whole cycle of at least his fragment – the position of the Sun and the Earth terms relative to the Earth’s Moon and the others Planets is repeated every 28 years ! In other words, all our Earthly Calendar also repeats every 28 years !

It sounds easy, as it is simple. And this Disclosure we will use to prolong the lives our Calendar. How to do it ? Simply ! ” To go in the Future we have to go back to the Past ” Sound weird ? But it’s true…

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Look…If, for example, in 2024, you will want to continue to use your Automatic Calendar Watch ( which is the calendar until 2019 ) you have to subtract 28 years.
2024 – 28 = 1996
1996 – the year you’ll set your watch. And all the days of the week, the month will be properly displayed !

In case of trouble with counting the dates - just like me - you can use a scientific calculator.

In case of trouble with counting the dates – just like me – you can use a Scientific Calculator.

1996 – the year to set on your watch in 2024. And all the days of the week, days of the month will be properly displayed. Don’t worry – nobody knows that you have set the year 1996. This date is stored Only in the Memory of your Watch – only you know it ! After watch shows only the days of the month such 1…2…3…4…5…and the weekdays as Mo…Tu…We…Th…Fr…Sa…assigned to them.

A visual illustration of how the formula for extending the life of a calendar works.

A visual illustration of how the formula for extending the life of a calendar works. Download

A visual illustration of how the formula for extending the life of a calendar works.

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* The year 2024 is given as an example. This Golden Formula you will be able to use in Any desired year ! That’s why even today you can conduct an experiment and turn back time from, for example, the year 2044. Then 2044 – 28 = 2016 … ( or better, 1988. Why? ) The explanation is in the image below …

A visual illustration of how the formula for extending the life of a calendar works.

A visual illustration of how the formula for extending the life of a calendar works. Download

Now you probably guessed it. The point is that if you turn back the time by one cycle, i.e. to 2016, then in 5 years – in 2019 you would have to turn the calendar back again because its scope would end. Therefore, it is better to go back two cycles to 1988. Then we have a lot of time until 2019.

 Tray it Now. It really works !

If questions have … go to Vintage LCD Watch Forum.

Vintage LCD Watch Forum

Vintage LCD Watch Forum

… or just leave a comment below …

What about the Distant Future ?

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In newer versions of the watch, i.e. the second edition produced in the 1990s and early 2000s, you will not have this problem because the calendar was designed for 100 years ahead. However, in older versions of the watch, i.e. from the 1980s, this problem will occur at some point. In the distant future, you will have to calculate what multiple of the above-mentioned rule to apply in order to have some calendar time left – so as not to have to set it again soon. What is it about ? Let me explain…
Let’s assume that at the end of the 21st century, for example in 2098 (I assume that thanks to new technologies we will all soon live to be 150), you will want to set the calendar on your watch so that it still shows the days of the week, month, etc. correctly – How to do it correctly ?
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Then only you will have to subtract from the current actual date not 28 years, but the total multiple of these 28 years. In this case, to fit into the range 1980 – 2019 predicted by the engineers of this watch, we will multiply these magical 28 years by 3, i.e. from the real, current date we will subtract 3 x 28 = 84 years (then in the watch’s calendar we will land in: 2098 – 84 = 2014 .. it is already visible that we have some reserve, but a small one because there are only 5 years left until 2019 and in five years we would have to change the calendar again).
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Therefore, we will now multiply these 28 years by 4. So we have: 4 x 28 = 112 years. Oh, it’s better now. So we will choose the second option. And so 2098 – 112 = 1986. Then we have a large reserve in the calendar settings: now we have a range from 1986 to 2019 in the watch. Quite good. *Let me remind you that the calendar in early Citizen’s models is valid only in the years 1980-2019.
The year 1986… well… nice date, maybe you remember it from your childhood ?

 

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