So I got a wonderful response a Honorary Sister-Person via Google Buzz to my three day weekend concept mentioned in my previous post:
"i recently overheard some nerdy ppl talking about measurement units. The discussion started off with comments about the horror of imperial units and the ease of use of SI units.
It moved swiftly, to an a discussion about the day when imperial will be defeated to the awesome SI.
Until an Imperial supporter, a type from the old school- quite literally, put a spanner in the works by suggesting that the calendar would have to be rearranged. "This of coarse is because the number of hours in a day is based on the imperial system. So while SI uses simple tens and multiples thereof, imperial uses inches , feet , and yards etc where there are 3 feet in a yard and 12 inches in a foot etc. There are also 12 months in a year so 12 is the relating factor."
So 12 hours to reach midday wouldnt be internationally recognised under the SI time frame and we'd probably have 10 hours to midday with 100 minutes in each and then 100 seconds. I dont know if this works out but ...perhaps being all uniform we will have 10 months in a year and things will become verry bizzarre.
this leaves room for wonder. Perhaps there will be 10 day weeks...and hopefully , just hopefully
MORE WEEKEND:-) "