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Karl Palmen

Dear Carlo, Michael and Calendar People

 

Thank you Carlo for explaining. I did put a short explanation with the link at the end of an earlier note and it seems that Michael missed it.

 

The yerm calendar is also a minimum displacement calendar, but I find it simpler to use yerms than a monthly displacement, which goes up 451/850 day after a 29-night month and down 399/850 day after a 30-night month.

 

A yerm calendar converter is available within

http://the-light.com/cal/converter/

 

Carlo said

So, the deciphering is as follows:  Night 16 Month 5 Yerm 27

No it is

Yerm 16, Month 5, Night 27 as demonstrated by tonight’s date.

See http://www.hermetic.ch/cal_stud/palmen/yerm1.htm#short

 

Karl

 

16(05(28

 

PS: I invented this calendar 19 years ago in January or February. 19-year ago, its date was 01(15(28.

 

From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Carlo Dapor
Sent: 24 January 2017 22:24
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: Displacement Calculation & RE: Jitter Calculation RE: ....

 

Dear Mr Ossipoff

 

Will you tell me what that number directly below stands for?

 

16(05(27

 

If you are as passionate as about everyone else on the Calendarist List, you have to educate yourself.

 

Mr. Karl Palmen is THE Karl Palmen who invested the so-called Palmen-Meyer YLC - the Yerm Lunar Calendar, see http://www.hermetic.ch/cal_stud/palmen/index.html.

 

Mr. Palmen consistently signs his posts with the day-equivalent in YLC.

 

Yerm is a made-up word as in "YEaR Moon".

It does not even try to fit with a solar calendar of 365.24.... days per year.

 

More on the YLC you find here: http://www.hermetic.ch/cal_stud/palmen/yerm1.htm

 

So, the deciphering is as follows:  Night 16 Month 5 Yerm 27

 

Enjoy the documentation.

 

 

Regards,

--

Carlo

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Re: Yerm Lunar Calendar RE: Displacement Calculation & RE: Jitter Calculation RE: ....

Karl Palmen

Dear Calendar People

 

I recall inventing my yerm lunar calendar 19 years ago around the time of the Chinese New Year.

 

Here is a 19-year comparison of month start dates in my Yerm Calendar as in

http://www.hermetic.ch/cal_stud/palmen/yerm2.htm

 

  30 'day' Yerm months                   29 'day' Yerm months

ye(mo  begins noon  (h)   (d)      ye(mo  begins noon  (h)   (d)

01(15  1997-12-29   -05   -1       01(16  1998-01-28   +06    0

01(17  1998-02-26   -05   -1

02(01  1998-03-28   +09    0       02(02  1998-04-27   +24   +1 
02(03  1998-05-26   +16    0       02(04  1998-06-25   +32   +1
02(05  1998-07-24   +22    0       02(06  1998-08-23   +34   +1
02(07  1998-09-21   +19    0       02(08  1998-10-21   +26   +1
02(09  1998-11-19   +08    0       02(10  1998-12-19   +13    0

and

16(05  2016-12-29    +05    0      16(06  2017-01-28   +12    0
16(07  2017-02-26    -03   -1      16(08  2017-03-28   +09    0
16(09  2017-04-26    -00   -1      16(10  2017-05-26   +16    0
16(11  2017-06-24    +10    0      16(12  2017-07-24   +26   +1
16(13  2017-08-22    +17    0      16(14  2017-09-21   +31   +1
16(15  2017-10-20    +17    0      16(16  2017-11-19   +24   +1
16(17  2017-12-18    +05    0 

 

Dates in black occur exactly 19 Gregorian years apart (6940 days) and dates in purple occur one day less than 19 Gregorian years apart (6939 days).

 

Karl

 

16(05(30

 

From: Palmen, Karl (STFC,RAL,ISIS)
Sent: 25 January 2017 13:16
To: 'East Carolina University Calendar discussion List'
Subject: Yerm Lunar Calendar RE: Displacement Calculation & RE: Jitter Calculation RE: ....

 

Dear Carlo, Michael and Calendar People

 

Thank you Carlo for explaining. I did put a short explanation with the link at the end of an earlier note and it seems that Michael missed it.

 

The yerm calendar is also a minimum displacement calendar, but I find it simpler to use yerms than a monthly displacement, which goes up 451/850 day after a 29-night month and down 399/850 day after a 30-night month.

 

A yerm calendar converter is available within

http://the-light.com/cal/converter/

 

Carlo said

So, the deciphering is as follows:  Night 16 Month 5 Yerm 27

No it is

Yerm 16, Month 5, Night 27 as demonstrated by tonight’s date.

See http://www.hermetic.ch/cal_stud/palmen/yerm1.htm#short

 

Karl

 

16(05(28

 

PS: I invented this calendar 19 years ago in January or February. 19-year ago, its date was 01(15(28.

 

From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List [[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Carlo Dapor
Sent: 24 January 2017 22:24
To:
[hidden email]
Subject: Re: Displacement Calculation & RE: Jitter Calculation RE: ....

 

Dear Mr Ossipoff

 

Will you tell me what that number directly below stands for?

 

16(05(27

 

If you are as passionate as about everyone else on the Calendarist List, you have to educate yourself.

 

Mr. Karl Palmen is THE Karl Palmen who invested the so-called Palmen-Meyer YLC - the Yerm Lunar Calendar, see http://www.hermetic.ch/cal_stud/palmen/index.html.

 

Mr. Palmen consistently signs his posts with the day-equivalent in YLC.

 

Yerm is a made-up word as in "YEaR Moon".

It does not even try to fit with a solar calendar of 365.24.... days per year.

 

More on the YLC you find here: http://www.hermetic.ch/cal_stud/palmen/yerm1.htm

 

So, the deciphering is as follows:  Night 16 Month 5 Yerm 27

 

Enjoy the documentation.

 

 

Regards,

--

Carlo

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Re: Yerm Lunar Calendar RE: Displacement Calculation & RE: Jitter Calculation RE: ....

Irv Bromberg
Karl's 850-month, 52-yerm lunar cycle has the minimum possible jitter for a lunar calendar: under 24 hours, see this interactive Excel file from my web site:

http://home.primus.ca/~kalendis/lunar/Jitter-850-months-zoom-list.xls.zip

It is archived as a zip file to substantially reduce the file size on the server, due to the limited storage allocated for my use. Windows can extract the compressed .xls file that calculates and charts the jitter.

-- Irv Bromberg, Toronto, Canada

http://www.sym454.org/jitter/
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