It's a globe, not a slab.
So that the local daylight corresponds roughly to the same relative times of day for everyone. With time zones, the sun comes up at, say, 6am, is overhead at noon, and sets at 6pm for everyone the world over. If the entire world were one time zone, and for me the sun rose when my clock said 6am, if you were exactly half way around the world sunrise for you would be when your clock said 6pm; half-way between us one way sunrise would be when the clock said midnight, half-way the other way when the clock said noon.
If u studied geography You'll know
Was that suppose to a be joke.. It looks more serious to me
It's just to annoy you, obviously.
Not like anybody cares that it might be 1AM when the sun has just risen.
Blame the sun.
Because the time zones aren't the same! Duh! Right now it's 2:43pm where I am and 6:45am in Australia. It is already 12/13 there and still 12/12 here. BIG difference!
Well then the earth... and sun, would have to be flat.
And we wouldn't have seasons... Hmm it would probably not work out if you ask me...
cuz they want to be difficult