### Re: Titan Time

Rob Seaman wrote: Presumably folks who dismiss sexagesimal Sumerian units for clocks would also welcome the deprecation of degrees for measuring angles. Oh yes. But the radian is not a very practical unit. I prefer to use the circle: 1 cr = 2 _pi rad. Similarly, for solid angle, the sphere: 1

### Re: Titan Time

Zefram wrote: the radian is not a very practical unit. There's nothing at all wrong with the radian - but there is a reason calculators let you switch between degrees and radians. Each is best for particular purposes, just as interval time and time-of-day are best for different uses. See

### Re: Titan Time

Rob Seaman wrote: There's nothing at all wrong with the radian - but there is a reason calculators let you switch between degrees and radians. Each is best for particular purposes, Certainly the radian is best for some purposes. But the degree? Is there some inherent feature of the circle that

### Re: Titan Time

Zefram said: There's nothing at all wrong with the radian - but there is a reason calculators let you switch between degrees and radians. Each is best for particular purposes, Certainly the radian is best for some purposes. But the degree? Is there some inherent feature of the circle that