Wouldn’t it be nice if this past weekend’s change of the clocks was the final change? The BC survey for the preference of “daylight saving time” should be nullified and void because it contained a blatant error — it omitted the most obvious of questions: staying on standard time, all the time.
Elections are won on popularity, not matters dealing with science and mathematics. Time is a basic of life on Earth. A year is obvious, it takes 365 days and six hours for one orbit of the Sun. It takes 24 hours for one spin of the Earth to make a day. 360º divided by 24 hours equals 15 time zones so that we all share the Sun equally, and can relate to each other. The highest arc of the Sun in each time zone marks 1200 noon, and also your latitude.
So noon sights have changed to 1300? Don’t change the clock, change your routine. If you desire an extra hour of daylight after work, go to work an hour earlier.
If you want to change anything make the calendar 13 months of 28 days plus one month of 29 days and a leap year every four years, as now. The Earth has 13 moons a year and half of the world’s inhabitants, females, generally experience 13 menstrual cycles a year. It is obvious.
Such matters should not be popularity votes, it should be based on logic, not emotion.
Standard time all the time is the right time, and it was omitted in the survey. That’s wrong, and we don’t want the wrong time.
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