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Nice to see that though Roger may be gone. He is not forgotten. I hope
somewhere he is working on his conlangs.

On Tue, May 23, 2017 at 3:54 PM, Mark J. Reed <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> >  I miss the periodic Date on Cindu updates. And many other
> things.
>
> There's a lot to miss about Roger.
>
> I also put together a Kash calendar page for today's date using his
> alphabet; you can see it here: http://mjnr.us/cindu-date/cal/index.html.
>
>
> On Tue, May 23, 2017 at 5:27 PM, A Walker Scott <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
>
> > I've been reading through old emails Roger sent to the list and to me
> > off-list, and then he came up on my FB birthdays list today. I'm so glad
> > you sent this. I miss the periodic Date on Cindu updates. And many other
> > things.
> >
> > Adam
> >
> > On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 3:08 AM, Mark J. Reed <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
> >
> > > Today is the 83rd anniversary of Roger Mills' birth. As such, it is
> time
> > > for our annual check-in with the Cindu calendar.
> > >
> > > From 1934 May 23 at 0600 UTC to 2017 May 23 at 1500 UTC is 30316.375
> > Earth
> > > days, which is 28758 + 156/253 Cindu days (*leroç*).
> > >
> > > Every 19 Cindu years (*pehanaç*) is one *pembotán*, comprising exactly
> > 8819
> > > *leroç*. So far there have been 3 of those, which is 57 *pehanaç*, with
> > > 2301 and a fraction *leroç* left over.
> > >
> > > A single *pehan* is either 464 or 465 *leroç*, so 2301 *leroç* is
> > between 4
> > > and 5 *pehanaç*. 1934 May 23 was the beginning of the *pehan* numbered
> > 702,
> > > which means we are currently in the one numbered 702 + 3 × 19 + 4 =
> 763.
> > >
> > > Checking that number against the leap cycle, the three elapsed
> *pehanaç*
> > > into the current *pembotán* were all common. So to get the number of
> > > *leroç* into
> > > the current *pehan* we just subtract 3×464 = 1392 from 2301 to get 445
> > > elapsed *leroç*, telling us that we are on *lero* 446. But the current
> > > *pehan *is itself leap, so we need to locate the leap *lero* to figure
> > out
> > > the precise date.
> > >
> > > The position of the leap *lero* changes from *pehan *to *pehan*; this
> > time
> > > it fell in the third season, autumn. But 446 *leroç* puts us well into
> > > winter, so the leap is behind us; we just need to account for it. Three
> > > regular seasons of 116 *leroç *each, plus one leap *lero,* subtracted
> > from
> > > 446 leaves us on *lero* 97 of the fourth and final season, winter.
> > > Subtracting 3 × 29 *leroç* for the elapsed months, we find ourselves on
> > the
> > > 10th *lero* of the 4th month of the season, which is the 16th and final
> > > month of the year, named *açulus*.
> > >
> > > As I type this, then, it is day 10, which is *kayiñ* of the second
> week,
> > of
> > > the month *açulus* of the New Count (p.v.) year 763. In the Cindu
> > > equivalent of Universal time, it is more specifically 10 minutes into
> the
> > > 14th hour of the day.
> > >
> > > --
> > > Mark J. Reed <[log in to unmask]>
> > >
> >
>
>
>
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