[ExI] Why is this still a thing?
pharos at gmail.com
Tue Mar 7 23:39:53 UTC 2017
On 7 March 2017 at 23:02, John Clark wrote:
> This Sunday we're supposed to set out clocks ahead by one hour, and in 6
> months we'll be instructed to set them back one hour. It seems to me that
> unless we're taking about spaceships moving close to the speed of light or
> intense gravitational fields all clocks should move at a constant speed.
People in more northern latitudes complain that in winter they have
shorter days and don't like leaving home in mornings in the dark and
traveling home in evenings in the dark. They would like at least one
journey to be in daylight.
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