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caithness caithness 51-55, F 7 Answers Nov 4, 2012 in Hobbies

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So that there's more daylight for Christmas shoppers.

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There's the same amount of daylight. The clocks read differently but the sun and moon don't. [:{)

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Yes and i don't know. They just want to control our hours of sleep. ;)

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yup, one week ago<br />
we do this because we changed the times in spring and lost an hour then.<br />
we need to add one now to keep the balance

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Either way, you don't "lose" or "gain" an hour. Your clock reads differently but the sun and moon still rise at their scheduled times. Daylight savings time is a crock and should be killed. They claim it's to help the farmer. But a farmer rises when it's time to work, not when his clock says rise.

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exactly
actually, we can't change time, we only change the one that our clocks show

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part of the usual cruelty :D

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Yes, and so that the working day lines up with the available sunlight as much as possible.

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If that were true, we'd be going ahead an hour now instead of back. It's all a crock. [:{)

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