Mark Trumbull

Christian Science Monitor

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Today is the day the world is reminded of the flaw in the Gregorian Calendar. It has 365 days a year except for one additional day every four years, and this is it.

Should the Leap Year Be a Thing of the Past?

Today is the day the world is reminded of the flaw in the Gregorian Calendar. It has 365 days a year except for one additional day every four years, and this is it.

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