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This calculator requires the use of Javascript enabled and capable browsers. This creates and displays the time in two standard formats, local time and UTC; and the STime representation display is last. STime divides the day into 9, 40 degree segments of a circular clock face. The S day is universal across the world but it is uncertain if it is actually centered in Toronto, or as is suggested (insinuated), another model is based on the current world wide UTC time. Each 40 degree segment is 160 minutes (2 hours and 40 minutes). STIME declared itself the official universal clock, calendar and timepiece, starting at the moment of the solstice on December 21, 2000. STIME on that date 1999.999 having started 9/22/96 uni .1, since September 22, 1996 autumnul equinox (one p.m. est) .I, based upon conventional Eastern Standard Time at the City of Toronto, Ontario, Canada with the change of date at "I"or 1. STime is a proposed universal time system based on the general idea of a 360/60/60 relationship, though not totally in tune with it. There are some obscure definitions of the exact stime code that would include time xxxx.xxxx - this set of digits can also represent the number of "weeks"(9 days) xxx.xxxxx - the number of "seasons"xx.xxxxxx - the number of "sycles" x.xxxxxxx - the number of "grandsycles" .xxxxxxxx. The creator of this proposed standard is Samuel s Bornstein (no, that is not a typo...). The website is HTTP://WWW.STIME.COM. It is interesting but I am not certain if the world could ever get behind it in a timely fashion...

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