Posted by D on October 28, 2012, 11:10 am, in reply to "Re: Question"
Message modified by board administrator October 28, 2012, 12:09 pm
I think I get what you are saying but its not time we are "saving" but daylight. |
I figured if Sonora is not changing the time then Google Sonora Mexico time
and then check what time zone they are in which happens to be Mountain time
(one hour later than La Manzanilla). So if it is 10 am here and 9 am there then
now is the "real" time and the saving (changing the clock) happens during the summer.
Which means I would be pro daylight savings time i.e I want the time we were
using all summer to be the permanent time = more hours of daylight after the
work day is done.
Edit: But, if the clocks did not Spring forward one hour then we would have even more daylight
after the work day than we have during the summer now, it wouldn't get dark till 10 pm!
It seems to be confusing, I have heard people say just split the change to 30 minutes
and stop changing the clock. I think that is the best idea.
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