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Cyberterra Mean Time (CMT) is the official time of Cyberterra, which was born as the world's first virtual realm.

Later Cyberterra also acquired a geographical consistency, and became the world's first cybernetic realm, or kyvernitis (κυβερνήτης).

Kaisiris Tallini introduced the concept of Cyberterra Mean Time (CMT) on 5 August 2009.

Cyberterra Mean Time or CMT, is also called Central European Time, or UTC+1 hour. This time is the equivalent of the time in Paris, Rome, Geneva, and Berlin during the winter, or London, Dublin, and Lisbon during the summer. Daylight savings time is not observed at the Cyberterra point.

Cyberterra Mean Time (or Cyberterra Meridian Time) is also a new meridian (as opposed to the Greenwich Meridian). This new meridian actually runs through Cyberterra, which is a point in the middle of the Adriatic Sea which has been visited by humans in the past (15 May 2007), and is located at exactly 43°0'0" North, and 15°0'0" East. These are also considered the GPS coordinates of the Adriatic Sea, so you can say that the point of Cyberterra, also controls the Adriatic Sea.

CMTs and CMTf[]

Cyberterra not only has its own specific time zone, but in fact it follows an entirely different new date and time format.

The Cyberterra Mean Time standard (CMTs) is simply the UTC+1 hour time standard.

The Cyberterra Mean Time format (CMTf), on the other hand, is a combination of the Cesidian calendar week (w), day of the week (wd), date (dt), and the time in millidays (md), or thousandths of a day, according to UTC+1 hour.

High precision CMTf[]

The Cyberterra Mean Time format (CMTf) of the approximate moment of Kaisiris Tallini's birth is S1Ψ26E1962•229, or week (w) S1; day of the week (wd) Neptunday [Ψ]; on the date (dt) of 26 Edison 1962; and 229 millidays (md)[1], so the CMTf, when the approximate time of the day is taken into account, is almost always shown in the milliday (md) form, which is of sufficient precision for most daily purposes.

However, Swatch also represents time in the centimilliday (cmd)[2] form on the SwatchClock.com website, so in rare cases the CMTf's time component could actually be shown with centimilliday (cmd) precision, when such precision is warranted.

Real world example: Kaisiris Tallini's date and time of birth in the Cyberterra Mean Time format (CMTf) could be logically shown as S1Ψ26E1962•229.16, but only if one needs to show, and/or can certify, that he was born exactly at the time of 5:30 Cyberterra Mean Time (CMT) on that day, which is approximately 229.16 centimillidays (cmd).

Other names for CMT or CMTs[]

Here is a list of the other names used for the Cyberterra Mean Time (CMT) or the Cyberterra Mean Time standard (CMTs):

Other names for CMTf[]

Here is an alternative name for the Cyberterra Mean Time format (CMTf), which still follows the Gregorian calendar however, not the Cesidian calendar:

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Citations[]

  1. Convert Millidays to Days: link.
  2. Metric prefixes and their origin: link.
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