Daylight Savings 2011
September 8, 2011 by USA Post
Daylight Savings 2011, This is the time of year when everyone starts to wonder, when is supposed to “fall back” for daylight savings. It is autumn, after all. Should not we all be banging your head against the steering wheel, trying to remember how to change the timers time our car back soon? Hell, I have watches that have not “come forward” which can only be reused once the great swicheroo happens.
All business can be confusing. Especially after the government extended a month in 2007. According to the Energy Policy Act of 2005, DST begins at 2 AM on the second Sunday in March and ends at 2 am on the first Sunday in November. In 2011, it will be November 5.
Daylight Saving Time is observed in most of the United States. If you live in Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, or most of Arizona, however, do not bother to watch exchange. If you’re wondering how only the “majority” Arizona may be the summer time, the Navajo Indian Reservation maintains local daylight saving time, even though the rest of the States’ decision to avoid it.
Basically, it’s a wonder that none of us knows what time is it at all.
So why are we going to all this trouble to change our clocks back and forth during the year? DST plans to save energy that gives us more in the afternoon and evening sunlight. If it really does is much debated.
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