Some adherents of other religions and some non-believers feel that basing the dating system on the life of Jesus Christ is a form of bias towards the Christian religion. Anno Domini is sometimes referred to as the Common Era (or Christian Era, or Current Era, abbreviated as C.E. or CE). CE and BCE (Before the Common Era) are often preferred by those who desire a dating system not explicitly related to the Christian religion. However, despite the different names, the dating scheme remains the same. One possible alternative dating system is the Holocene calendar in which the year 1 HE (Holocene/Human Era) is 10,000 BC, the approximate date of the beginning of human civilization. You simply add 10,000 to the current AD year to get the HE year. Thus, 2010 AD is 12010 HE.
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