Twenty years ago, when Internet started to become popularly available, the evidence arose that something great had happened and that History itself had begun to change the conception it had of itself. One of the first commitments was to equip the calendar with a new cultural dress. It was necessary to recognize the importance that the birth of the Internet and the first landing of humans on the Moon had, both of which were occurred in the same year: 1969. This year, just for this, was so amazing to be the ideal year zero of a new era. An exceptional nature that it fully confirms today.
Today many are using, consciously or not, an operating system that originates from Linux, the same ubiquitous Android smartphones and tablets being among these. Anyone, rummaging in his device, can find this date: 01/01/1970
that signs the beginning of the Unix time, the first modern operating system from which the various versions of Linux are then derived. In short: our same common tools are guiding us to update our calendar tuning it with their. Everywhere in the world, computers, machines, drones and robots are already following a calendar that considers the 1969 the year zero of the modern digital age.
This is why the innovations introduced by "The Earth Calendar" (because effectively someone
took that necessity for modernity and fully satisfied it) can not today not to be of interest for everyone, beginning from that new humanity who meanwhile has gained a global vision and has become disposed to positivity and rationality. If only to help the world to stop calling september the ninth month of the year, october the tenth and so on, we do not throw our time to know it and to make know it to others.
Madames/Sirs, during the last century human societies have much progressed on the commercial, scientific and technological terms but for the rest remain still as a hundred or a thousand or even more years ago. If we do not unlock now our cultural, ethical and moral evolution, so unbalanced we will end up, after having long been limping, to fall into ruin.
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