The construction of this 'home' was started 51 years
after the end of the Second World War.
Altho this latter event has no immediate bearing on the
present context, it is an event of major international
significance and recognized as real by all regardless of religious,
nonreligious or political persuasion.
A year like 51 ASWW is used here in all documents as
part of a three-number five-digit code. The first number of
this code is the year number, the second the week number,
and the third the (week)day number. While the year number is
more or less inclusive in that it is not based on any
religious ethnically, territorially or otherwise exclusivist
calendar, the week and day numbers are genuinely neutral-inclusive
in that they are based on the truly global and globally relevant
Quaternary Metric Calendar.
The five-digit Year-Week-Day code is the most practical, and given
that one always knows the year and the day of the week, easiest to
remember as the week number remains the same for seven days.
The alternative six-digit Year-Month-Day code is less easy to
remember, because even tho one will know the year and the month,
the day number changes every day. The YMD code is more formal and
suitable for special occasions. When the name instead of the
number of the metric month is used it acquires a solemn quality.
More information about this
can be found in the TRINPsite building.
Perhaps, some people may claim or think that it is not normal to reject
'the' contemporary dating system on denominational grounds and to start
using an alternative system on your own or in a small group. But, then,
it is these very same people who slavishly and faithfully follow --and
who consider it perfectly normal to follow-- the system of someone who
rejected a contemporary dating system on denominational grounds and
who started using an alternative system on 'er own. That person was
Dionysius Exiguus in whose Christianist Era
the year 51 ASWW is styled "Anno Domini 1996".