Day Light Savings 2011
October 18, 2011 by staff
Day Light Savings 2011, Now you can get more rest and sleep a little more than an hour from beginning November 6, when daylight savings time ends 2011. This is an annual ritual and have to move their clocks back one hour.
Although there is lack of consensus among the experts, if this practice of moving the clock back or forward due to daylight saving time is helping in saving electricity, has remained in force during the last years.
Many experts say that is very insignificant energy savings due to the fact that the clocks are moved forward or backward, as it does not make much sense to the human brain takes time for new naturally. Although the office may be some time savings of electricity in private homes or moving the clock forward does not make much difference.
Daylight Saving Time is a practice of setting the clock one hour forward in March and take about an hour back in November of each year. It is the summer period in the country. The practical benefit of the summer is a time during the day and lower during the night.
The practice of establishing daylight saving time is described in two sentences: “Spring forward, backwards.” This indicates that the clocks in the U.S. will be set one hour ahead of standard time in the month of March. Subsequently, in November, while the fall season progresses, the clocks will be reset back to an hour.
One of the important advantages of daylight saving time change is that it offers a huge cut in energy consumption. As the night is shortened to an hour, an enormous amount of energy can save companies.
During the eight months of daylight saving time, the names of the times in all regions of the country will be renamed. For example, Eastern Standard Time (EST) will be called ET. Just as Central Standard Time (CST) becomes Central time (CDT), Mountain Standard Time (MST) becomes Mountain Time saving and so on.
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