We would like to suggest that the ke should be used as a whole word to replace the hour. Also, it would be a great idea to use it in every language on our planet Earth, without translation. By sticking to the following standards below, the new date and time expressions will be understood everywhere in every language in our world. So let's just accept the ke as a new internet word.
1./ How to write and say the Earth Time?
In order to avoid confusion we must stick to a standard in writing/saying the time expressions. In practical everyday use let's have two pairs of digits, and between them a decimal point. However, to make it simple we just write the decimal point, but do not say it. If we said, we would have to translate it into every language. For example:
05.08 ke is "zero-five zero-eight ke", or
12.30 ke is "twelve thirty ke", or
74.86 ke is "seventy-four eighty-six ke", or
00.00 ke is "zero-zero zero-zero ke" or the beginning of a new day.
Naturally in scientific and other calculations we may want to use any number of digits. The standard is for practical everyday expressions.
2./ No more AM/PM
In the Earth Time system we never use AM, PM, we never have time zones, we never have daylight saving adjustment. We don't need the confusing International Date Line which allows you to get back to "yesterday", when crossing it in easterly direction.
There is only one Earth Time everywhere on Earth, the one that conforms to the UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) in that 00.00 ke = 00:00:00 UTC, and the end of the day is a moment before it would reach 100.00 ke. However, 100.00 ke will never happens because, when it would, it is already a new day with the time beginning with 00.00 ke.
3./ The standard Date/Time stamp
There is a jungle in the world using various orders of the date/time elements. It just seems natural that we would like some standard here, too. Why not use a natural order that allows us to sort events in chronological order? Why not place the most significant time/date element, the date first, following with the next most significant element, the month, then the day, then the time? Computer programmers usually use descending order, and it is also more natural to list events starting with those that happened first. So let's do it this way.
The standard order will be the year following by the month, then the month day, then the time in ke. For example the date and time just before the new year of 2013 is:
2012 12 31 99.99 ke
or if you use the month name, please abbreviate it to three letters:
2012 Dec 31 99.99 ke
If the week day name is used, it should be placed at the end preferably three letter abreviation. For example:
2012 Dec 31 99.99 ke Mon
Some people like to use hyphens or slashes between the date elements. That's all right. However do not use the period (.) there to avoid confusion. Period is used only as a decimal point in the time element.
Another important issue to avoid confusion is that for the year always use a four-digit number.
2012 12 31 Mon
2012 Dec 31 99.99 ke Mon
2013 Jan 01 00.00 ke Tue