The 13-Month Calendar: Why It’s Better Than the Gregorian Calendar
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The world almost had a 13-month calendar, but people were so against it that it never happened. The 13-month calendar had 28 days per month and started on a Sunday. It was called the International Fixed Calendar or IFC. Some people were against it because it would replace July and mess with Fourth of July celebrations. Others were against it because the extra month would be called Sol and they didn’t like that name. The 13-month calendar also had two “blank” days that could fall on Sundays, which Jewish people didn’t like. In the end, the push for the 13-month calendar lost momentum and it never happened.