## Documentation on the different Time formats.

### arvelie

The **Arvelie calendar** has **26 months** of **14 days** each.

Each month has **2 weeks** of **7 days**, and each month's name is one of the 26 letters of the alphabet. The 365th day of the year is the *Year Day*(+01), preceded by the *Leap Day*(+02) on leap years.

**02A01**2002-01-01**01D07**2001-02-18**13B12**2013-01-26**02E07**2002-03-04**24C01**2024-01-29**03+01**2003-12-31

To calculate the day of the year, convert the month's letter to a value, starting with 0 for A, multiply by 14 and add the day of the month. For example, J05 is equal to `(+ 5 (* 9 14))`

, or 131.

### neralie

The **Neralie clock** has two groups of 3 digits, called the *beat* & the *pulse*. A beat contains 1000 pulses, and equivalent to **86.4 seconds**. A day is 1000 beats, or a million pulses. A pomodoro of 20 beats, is equivalent to 28 minutes 48 seconds.

**6:00**250:000**12:00**500:000**18:00**750:000

Neralie time is similar to the Swatch Internet Time decimal clock, but uses 6 decimal points and a rectangular watchface. You can find a pascal implementation for macintosh, in the clock repository.