daylight savings

  1. time during which clocks are set one hour ahead of local standard time; widely adopted during summer to provide extra daylight in the evenings
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  • Of course, daylight savings time will never go away, because modern environmentalism has become more a matter of making empty feel-good gestures than performing rational acts that actually improve something. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » It Seems I Was Right About Daylight Savings Time
  • Historically, the prospect of energy savings drove widespread embrace of daylight savings.
  • Even worse, only a few people had picked it up, and when I shook off daylight savings lethargy at 1pm to get a copy, the display stand was still full.
  • As you may guess I am no fan of corporate-welfare boondoggles, but I hope that the provision to extend Daylight Savings Time survives to become law.
  • However, we also switched time for daylight savings like New Zealand which bugged the hell out of me because at the same time USA pacific time switched too and we went from them being 3 hours ahead (minus a day) to 5 hours ahead (minus a day) which makes phone calls som much harder. To the Ends of the Earth
  • As for right now, Eastern Standard Time has left us — migrating over one time zone arena. grin Until our new Daylight Savings Times overlords allow things to go back to kilter, that is. Things I’m Learning About Traveling « Whatever
  • The two most people encounter are leap year and daylight savings time.
  • You will never find anybody who can give you a clear and compelling reason why we observe daylight savings time.
  • It automatically adjusts to daylight savings time.
  • But in reality, Daylight Savings Time is an archaic holdover from a time when people relied on candles all the time.
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