What will a stich in time save?
This is a pretty old saying. A stitch in time saves nine. The idea behind it is if you do the job immediately it won't take as long. Imagine a hole in your pants. They need stitched up. If you wait the hole gets bigger and will require extra stitches. If you stitch them up immediately, it'll save you time and material. Puritan work ethic at play.
In "Daylight Saving Time," "Daylight Saving" is being used as an adjective - as in time that is saving daylight. "Daylight Savings" would be a noun itself, and makes little sense applied as an adjective in this context. Many people use the word savings, not knowing the correct way to say it. E…dit; "Daylight Saving" time. (MORE)
Having more hours of daylight is supposed to reduce the numberof hours lights are turned on each evening, but that saves noenergy. It only wastes energy because Daylight Saving Time does notbring more daylight. People have to wake up to a darker sky andfiddle with electricity if they cannot see.actu…ally daylight savingtime was started during a war so there could be more light tobattle in -UBERnoob1098 . +++++ . You are right in that it brings no more daylight. The "a war"was actually World War Two. Britain introduced what in fact we nowcall British Summer Time to help farmers particularly by makingbetter use of the available daylight, but the belief grew that itmade it harder for the Luftwaffe to bomb British cities. It didn'tof course because the numbers of hours of light and dark do notchange, only our clock reference with respect tolongitude-determined solar noon. The bombers needed only tore-schedule their raids. Similarly with land and sea action - theeffect of day or night on fighting was down to lengths of either,NOT to clock time. . ' . Its only practical use is in moving the working day so we canuse the evenings more effectively, but it comes with a costespecially the further North you live. Each time the clock is movedforwards or backwards, our bodies' internal natural clocks aretemporarily put out of sync with the daylight they need for normalcalibration, and the clock changes are marked by a short spike intraffic and other accidents, and in heart attacks and strokes.Effectively we all suffer from something akin to "jet lag".Night-shift workers are similarly but more seriously affected. . ' . A peculiar myth common in Britain is that each change from GMTto BST or back gains or loses an hour in bed. It doesn't really,unless perhaps you change the clocks before going to bed, then setthe alarm. If you let your body decide correctly, it will sleep andwake nocturnally and as and when physiology decides, but most of usnow live to very artificial day/night arhythms that taken tosleep-deprivation extremes (common particularly among young peoplefixated on the Internet) are bad for us! The change is always setofficially at 2am on a Sunday morning to cause the leastdisruption, but it's up to individuals to decide when they changetheir own time-pieces. (MORE)
How DST Saves Money . As far as I know...The prctise of daylight saving began quite a long time ago..the clock was advanced or delayed by an hour to ensure that people who worked stayed at work did not come home when there was light that way unnecessary use of electricity at homes could be minimi…sed.. That practice does not make sense anymore because most offices work 24/7 and energy saving by working at particular times does not work. However, this will hold good only if the above reason is valid.. Today, we have DST to save money on energy because there is more daylight at the end of the day when people are at home. (MORE)
Benjamin Franklin first thought of the idea to have the opportunityto have another hour during the day to enjoy the sunny summerafternoons by moving our clocks an hour forward in the spring andto give the farmers more sunlight to farm. It means that you moveyour clock forward one hour in the spring …and back an hour in thefall. (Spring Forward, Fall Back) Daylight time begins in the United States on the second Sunday inMarch and ends on the first Sunday in November. On the secondSunday in March, clocks are set ahead one hour at 2:00 a.m. localstandard time, which becomes 3:00 a.m. local daylight time. On thefirst Sunday in November, clocks are set back one hour at 2:00 a.m.local daylight time, which becomes 1:00 a.m. local standard time.These dates were established by the Energy Policy Act of 2005, Pub.L. no. 109-58, 119 Stat 594 (2005). Not all places in the U.S. observe daylight time. In particular,Hawaii and most of Arizona do not use it. . In 2016, daylight time begins on March 13 and ends on November6. . In 2017, daylight time begins on March 12 and ends on November5. . In 2018, daylight time begins on March 11 and ends on November4. . In 2019, daylight time begins on March 10 and ends on November3. . In 2020, daylight time begins on March 8 and ends on November1. (MORE)
When Congress passed the Uniform Time Act in 1966, Arizona tried observing daylight savings for a year and decided to not observe it after much negative reaction. They have never observed daylight savings since. Think about it: if you were in the desert, the last thing you would want is extra day…light. Because of the hot climate, adding an extra hour of daylight would cause more of an energy crunch with AC working longer and harder. ( This part of the answer is retarded cause you are just changing the time, not magically moving the sun to make the daylight longer. The days are gonna be longer in summertime because the earth has tilted on its axis and we are receiving more light and you are gonna use the same amount of energy anyway. DST is just a way for big businesses to capitalize on the more sunlight during these months, Arizona just realized this was BS and refused to comply) Arizona is on Mountain Standard Time (MST) year-round. The only exception in Arizona is the Navajo Nation, in northeastern Arizona, which does observe Daylight Saving Time. (MORE)
In 2011 , Daylight Savings Tme begins March 13 - set your clock(s) forward one hour at 2:00 AM on the second Sunday in March .
The saying goes "A stitch in time saves nine." It is a sewing reference and pays tribute to the Puritan work ethic. This is the situation: if a shirt or pair of pants needs mending, it is better to mend the hole quickly (resulting in fewer stitches) than waiting and the hole requiring more stitches.… So, a stitch in time saves nine. In other words, don't procrastinate. (MORE)
Because its always sunny in Philidelpha Actually, it's due to Hawaii's location. First, Hawaii is so far south (i.e., close to the equator) that there's little change in the time between sunset and sunrise throughout the year, there's not much more daylight in June than there is in December. Also, …Hawaii is close to the western boundary of its timezone, which means everything already happens later by default, both sunrise and sunset. Keeping this in mind, even in June the sun rises rather late, and if there were DST in Hawaii the sun would rise just before 7 AM, which is pretty late. Thus the gain in evening sunlight is cancelled for many residents by a loss in morning sunlight, hence Hawaii decides no daylight saving time. (MORE)
Fall back November 6, 2011. The return to Standard Time (ST) begins at 2:00 am local time in the U.S. on the first Sunday in November, which in 2011 is November 6. Turn clocks back by one hour, ideally at bedtime on the Saturday night before. Manually adjust any timepieces and timekeeping technolog…ical devices that do not automatically adjust. (MORE)
Cross stitch is just with a needle and very skinny yarn, when you make a project you form an X with the yarn for each square, or whatever shape
were ever you got the cut they numb it and then they put in the stiches so they dont really hurt
I can think of two ways: -Minimize the amount of time you spend on other unnecessary work, e.g. watching TV, playing games etc. -Maximize the amount of time you spend on important things, e.g. If you would do an assignment for two hours, reduce it to one and a half hours. Then you would have extra… time for maybe studying for tomorrow's lecture. (MORE)
Personally, I am amazed that it has taken this long for someone to ask this question. This question is asked in two parts, so I will answer it in kind. As we are taught from childhood, all living things on earth depend on the sun to exist. The sun provides the energy that is the sustenance of the …chemical processes of life. We are also taught that the sun is burning, and will eventually burn itself out. While time-lines for this process are usually measured in billions of years, in truth, the demise of the sun is far closer than our governments would have us know. In some highly-regarded technical circles, the time-line is often given in terms of decades. Of course, this could never be allowed to become common-knowledge, for the disastrous social outcome that would ensue. In an effort to prepare for this eventuality (and in an uncommon gathering of nations for the common good), daylight is being stockpiled, or if you prefer, "saved". Due to the storage medium that is used (more on that to follow) and the technology involved in saving the daylight, the process cannot be performed during the entire year; the resultant daylight-overload and subsequent energy release would be disastrous. It was determined early-on that the maximum amount of daylight that could be stored continuously would be the amount that would be collected during approximately one-half of a year. The other one-half year would be required to allow for the cooling of the process, and the even distribution of the daylight within the storage medium. Hence, daylight-savings-time occurs in continuous segments, during approximately one half of each calendar year, since its inception. The daylight is being kept in the ionosphere. The process by which it is gathered and subsequently stored (a VERY-well kept secret) reduces the illumination of the daylight to near zero lumens. This is done for two reasons: first (and foremost) the illumination is drastically reduced to maintain the energy that is contained within the daylight. Think of the daylight as a battery. A common, household battery contains an amazing amount of energy, especially when it is released en-masse. As we know, doing so would render the battery "dead" and therefore useless. However, if the energy within a battery is released gradually, it (the battery) will provide an extended, useful service life. The same applies to the daylight being saved. If a very, very low amount of it is used (hence, the very low illumination), its energy will be available when it is needed. The second reason for the drastic reduction in the illumination of the saved daylight is simply to keep its presence in the ionosphere from becoming common-knowledge. If the available illumination of all of the saved daylight were to be released, darkness, in any form, on the face of the Earth would cease to exist. Eventually, this would be noticed by the populace. Unfortunately, while the collection process for daylight-savings-time is brilliantly (no pun intended) efficient, the storage process (and the medium itself) is less than ideal. This is evidenced by the all-too-common phenomenon known as "lightning". Lightning is the unavoidable, instantaneous release of small amounts of full-illumination, saved daylight. The accompanying sound, commonly-known as "thunder", is actually the audible indication of the puncturing of the ionosphere, thereby providing the egress-point of the saved daylight, or "lightning", if you will. The light which was saved contained "momentum" in the direction of the surface of the earth. During its storage in the ionosphere, this momentum is maintained, thereby accounting for the propensity of the lightning to resume the path it was on when it was "saved". This is why lightning always travels toward the earth, and never away from it. It wasn't until massive amounts of saved-daylight had been stored in the ionosphere that the inherent weakness in the choice of the ionosphere as the storage medium for the saved daylight was determined. Each time a release of full-illumination, saved-daylight occurs, a hole (as referenced above) is caused in the ionosphere. While such "holes" are quite small (measured at 0.0000~yahdee~yahda~001/2 mm), their tendency to accumulate in one location has become an issue of late. The resulting centralized hole in the ionosphere has been blamed upon such factors as aerosol-spray-propellant and other greenhouse gasses (a concept conceived and distributed as disinformation by the federal governments of most nations, in an effort to obfuscate the actual circumstances surrounding the development of the hole itself). Currently, the mechanism for the utilization of the saved-daylight is under development. The best estimates for the time of its completion are within the time-frame of a few billion years, providing (of course) there are no cost over-runs. As all of this is absolute- top-secret , I must ask that those of you who read this offering DO NOT distribute the information contained within. Or not. SO THERE!! (MORE)
it saves sleep, we all need our rest, mhm, No it doesn't if it is used as intended. The intention being to enjoy an extended afternoon and evening period and still get up earlier. This use means you get an hours less sleep which accumulates until you reach the following week-end when prudence insi…sts you sleep the slumber of the sleep deprived. (MORE)
you need stiches when you obviously cut yourself! if your cut is very deep and keeps continueously bleeding. stiches are not so bad. I've gotten three stiches on my thumb. they put a needle in your wound to numb it and start stiching. all you would feel is a little pinch but not much. it is interest…ing to watch. !!! :) (MORE)
The running stitch is a hand sewing stitch where the thread ispassed up and down through the material in a straight line. Itmakes a broken dashed line.
When you turn your clock forward an hour in Summer it's saving time because when it is 12 midnight, it is actually eleven, so it is SAVING TIME because you rise earlier and get to work earlier. Daylight Saving time is to the advantage of employers who try to persuade their workers that a fresh ho…ur devoted to their job in the morning, has the same value as weary hour expended wrung out like a dirty dish rag in the afternoon; ... it is to the advantage of nine-to-five workers in that they arrive home while there's still plenty of daylight time to be out of doors,... although, to be honest, some may prefer the extra hour in the morning for other pursuits. Especially those who start work at 6 or 7 am. Daylight saving is not geared towards office workers, it is slanted towards those who work out of doors and who can put the extra daylight towards achieving greater production such as during war-time. Farmers don't need it because they have always been up at the crack of dawn. (MORE)
Daylight Saving Time was introduced before electricity was in use. It's primary implementation was to save candles by shifting people's waking hours. There is no actual affect on the amount of time that passes. It is simply a practical shift in the numbers that we assign to the hours of the day. Rea…lly, it 'shifts' our experience of daylight, it doesn't 'save' it. But wouldn't it be strange if we called it Daylight Shifting Time? (MORE)
It is a small tool used to break or "unpick" a sewing stitch, sometimes referred to as a seam ripper
This proverb emphasizes the importance of little things, and the danger of neglecting the insignificance of the beginnings of evils. It means that if we promptly mend a small tear in our clothes when we first notice it,we shall prevent the tear from becoming a large hole, which it will take a lot of… trouble, time and labour to repair. (MORE)
Be efficient. (Both your question and my answer are so generalized as to offer nothing you can actually use. Is there something specific that you would like to do in a more efficient manner? If so, ask about that.)
People and plants require more water during summer months. People also use more water for recreational purposes. There is also typically less rainfall during the summer, therefore greater conservation efforts are necessary.
Daylight savings time started at 2:00 AM Sunday morning. Move the clock hand forward one hour or read the instructions for your digital clock to see how to change the time. Remember this phrase, "Spring ahead, fall back".
The direct approach to communication saves time by eliminating confusion. Time is wasted clearing up the disorder. Explain what is expected. It will stop people from acting against the organizational goals, your instructions. The direct approach tells everyone who is in charge, curta…ils bickering among employees. Allow time for people to ask questions. The process removes the need for constant explanation. (MORE)
Press 'Start' then press 'B' and it will ask if you wish to save. Say yes, obviously and it'll save the game in the slot that you're playing in.
They perform the task more efficiently than manual labor. as being fully automatic one can do things like reading books while the laundry is in cycle.
Yes. The whole idea of an electronic spreadsheet is to be able to do things automatically by having formulas to work out calculations rather than you doing them manually.
Benjamin Franklin first suggested Daylight Saving Time in 1784, but modern DST was not proposed until 1895 when an entomologist from New Zealand, George Vernon Hudson, presented a proposal for a two-hour daylight saving shift to the Wellington Philosophical Society. The conception of DST was main…ly credited to an English builder, William Willett in 1905, when he presented the idea to advance the clock during the summer months. His proposal was published two years later and introduced to the House of Commons in February 1908. The first Daylight Saving Bill was examined by a select committee but was never made into a law. It wasn't until World War I, in 1916, that DST was adopted and implemented by several countries in Europe who initially rejected the idea. (MORE)
A basting stitch is a simple, easily-removed, temporary stitch that you make, to hold your fabric in place. Basically, it is used in place of pins. Basting stitches are particularly useful when sewing clothing.
if u do your work in time you can save more time ... correct guys ??
If you didnt you would either be an hour late or an hour early. Banks , schools , workplaces and stores follow it,so if you are in any of those places, you going to be running on the wrong track til Spring.
I am making the assumption that you have misspelled stiching. it should be stitching. Stitching applies to many of the areas of human endeavor. For example surgeons learn to stitch flesh so as to reduce scarring amd promote healing. In the world of fiber arts stitching is very famous because mankin…d has been innovative at cultivating various weaves for various purposes. Lasly --did you ever hear of the comedians who love to keep their audience, "in stitches". Well, thank you and now I have to ZIP OFF see ya paul in snowy Maine (MORE)
Uniforms are more timesaving or more efficient because I think most of us in St. Paschal Baylon used to take 30 or more minutes to decide what you were going to wear for school, back in the day when we did not have uniforms. Uniforms are not time consuming because you already know what to wear navy …blue pants or navy blue shirts and, white shirts. (MORE)
The incisions involved in this procedure are tiny, but the surgeon may close them with stitches or staples. These will be removed the day after surgery. However, three out of eight doctors use no sutures.
By advancing the clock one hour, the sun appears to set later in the evening. Of course, it also rises one hour later in the morning. The daylight "saved" in the morning is used in the evening. Supposedly, this saves energy, because people will not have to light candles, turn on electricity, or use …other forms of illumination at night, or at least not as soon in the evening as otherwise. If this was ever true, it is insignificant today, because of the round-the-clock use of air conditioning and other forms of energy. (MORE)
No. People working in Antarctica in support of science generally keep the time zone of their supporting government. There is no standard time in Antarctica.
Benjamin Franklin is credited with inventing daylight savings time as a way to save on candles.
I am half Swedish and I am going to Sweden this summer, so I don't really know, but because of Midsummer Day, my guess is no.
It does not hurt when you get stiches out because there not touching your skin and there not pulling the stich all they do is take scissors an cut them it does not hurt it feels very good when you get them out i know i not to long ago had stiches it hurt going in but felt very good coming out.
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Daylight Saving Time (United States) began Sunday , March 11, 2012 , 2:00am , and ends Sunday , November 4, 2012 , 2:00am .Except Arizona and Hawaii. Move your clocks ahead 1 hour in spring and back 1 hour in fall ("Spring forward, fall back") .
Seattle observes daylight saving (no s) time from the second Sunday of March at 2 AM PST until the first Sunday of November at 2 AM PDT.
Jordan observes daylight saving time from the last Sunday of March until the last Sunday of October (the same as Europe).
Daylight Saving Time, which is more commonly known as Summer Timein most of the world, is observed in the following places: North America (including Greenland, Central America and theCaribbean Sea): . most of Canada (mid-March to early November since 2007) . Cuba (mid-March to early November sin…ce 2013) . most of Greenland (mostly late March to late October since1996) . Haiti (mid-March to early November since 2012) . most of Mexico (mostly early April to late October since2002) . Saint-Pierre and Miquelon (France) (mid-March to early Novembersince 2007) . the Turks and Caicos Islands (U.K.) (mid-March to earlyNovember since 2007) . most of the United States (mid-March to early November since2007) South America: . about half of Brazil (mid-October to mid-February since2007) . Chile (early September to late April since 2012) . Paraguay (early October to late March since 2013) . Uruguay (early October to mid-March since 2006) Atlantic Ocean: . the Azores (late March to late October since 1996) . the Bahamas (mid-March to early November since 2007) . Bermuda (mid-March to early November since 2007) . the Canary Islands (late March to late October since 1996) . the Madeira Islands (late March to late October since1996) Europe: everywhere EXCEPT Russia, Georgia, Belarus and Iceland (late March to late October since 1997) Africa: . Libya (late March to late October since 2013) . Morocco (late April to late September except Ramadan since2012) . Namibia (early September to early April since 1994) Indian Ocean: none Asia (including the Middle East): . Azerbaijan (late March to late October since 1996) . Cyprus (late March to late October since 1998) . Iran (mid-March to mid-September since 1992) . Israel (late March to late October since 2013) . Jordan (late March to late October since 2013) . Lebanon (late March to late October since 1999) . the Palestinian Territories (late March to late September since2012) . Syria (late March to late October since 2012) . Turkey (late March to late October since 1996) Australia (early October to early April since 2008): . South Australia . New South Wales . Victoria . the Capital Territory . Tasmania . Lord Howe Island * Pacific Ocean: . New Zealand, including the Chatham Islands (late September toearly April since 2007) . Samoa (late September to early April since 2012) . Fiji (mid-October to mid-January since 2012) . Easter Island (early September to late April since 2012) . Clarion Island (early April to late October since 2002) Places where the government has opted to stay on their Summer Timeoffset year-'round (including Russia and the Falkland Islands) werenot included here. Some of the science stations in Antarctica adjust for Summer Timeevery year, not because there is any real benefit in the practicethat close to one of the poles, but to stay in sync with theirsuppliers. Two such stations that I know of are New Zealand'sMcMurdo Station, which follows New Zealand's Summer Time schedule,and the United States' Palmer Station, which follows Chile's SummerTime schedule. In almost all of the places where Summer Time is observed, clocksare advanced one hour in the spring or late winter and turned backone hour in the fall or late summer WITH TWO EXCEPTIONS: * The clocks on Lord Howe Island are advanced a half hour forSummer Time. Although there have been other places with uniqueSummer Time offsets, including 20 minutes and 2 hours, Lord HoweIsland is the only place that is using a Summer Time offset otherthan one hour currently. The clocks in Morocco are being adjusted four times per yearinstead of twice. In addition to the spring and fall adjustments,Summer Time is suspended during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. (MORE)
Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time Alaska Standard Time * Pacific Standard Time * Mountain Standard Time Central Standard Time Easter Island Time * Cuba Standard Time * Eastern Standard Time Amazon Time Atlantic Standard Time Chile Time * Paraguay Time * Newfoundland S…tandard Time * Brasilia Time Pierre and Miquelon Standard Time * Uruguay Time * Western Greenland Time * Azores Time * Eastern Greenland Time * Greenwich Mean Time Western European Time Central European Time West Africa Time Eastern European Time Israel Standard Time * Azerbaijan Time * Iran Standard Time * Australian Central Standard Time Australian Eastern Standard Time Lord Howe Standard Time * Fiji Time * New Zealand Standard Time * West Samoa Time * Chatham Island Standard Time * * An asterisk indicates that the whole time zone switches to Daylight Saving Time or Summer Time annually, although not necessarily all at the same time. Clocks are advanced one hour for Daylight Saving Time/ Summer Time except on Lord Howe Island, where clocks are advanced one half hour. (MORE)
Stitch never died. There was a point in one of the movies where he seemed to die for a minute because he wasn't "charged" but then he "woke up."
Time saving factors of computer are: . You can pay bills just by sitting at your home. . You can book tickets online. . You can carry out calculations fast. . You can get address and map location of certain place on your computer his saves your time on road.
Africa: ____Eastern European Summer Time (EEST): ________2200 UTC Wed. 14 May 2014 to 2200 UTC Sat. 28 Jun. 2014& ________2200 UTC Mon. 28 Jul. 2014 to 2100 UTC Thu. 25 Sep. 2014 ____West Africa Summer Time (WAST): ________0100 UTC Sun. 7 Sep. 2014 to 0000 UTC Sun. 5 Apr. 2015 ____Western European S…ummer Time (WEST): ________0200 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0200 UTC Sun. 29 Jun. 2014& ________0200 UTC Tue. 29 Jul. 2014 to 0200 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 Asia: ____Eastern European Summer Time (EEST): ________Jordan: 2200 UTC Thu. 27 Mar. 2014 to 2200 UTC Thu. 30 Oct.2014 ________Lebanon: 2200 UTC Sat. 29 Mar. 2014 to 2100 UTC Sat. 25Oct. 2014 ________Palestine: 2200 UTC Thu. 27 Mar. 2014 to 2100 UTC Thu. 25Sep. 2014 ________Syria: 0100 UTC Fri. 28 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Fri. 31 Oct.2014 ________Turkey: 0100 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Sun. 26 Oct.2014 ____Iran Daylight Saving Time (IRDT): ________2030 UTC Fri. 21 Mar. 2014 to 1930 UTC Sun. 21 Sep. 2014 ____Israel Daylight Saving Time (ILDT): ________0000 UTC Fri. 28 Mar. 2014 to 2300 UTC Sat. 25 Oct. 2014 Atlantic Ocean: ____Atlantic Daylight Saving Time (ADT): ________0600 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 0500 UTC Sun. 2 Nov. 2014 ____Azores Summer Time (AZOST): ________0100 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 ____Eastern Daylight Saving Time (EDT): ________0700 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 0600 UTC Sun. 2 Nov. 2014 ____Western European Summer Time (WEST): ________0100 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 Australia: ____Australian Central Daylight Saving Time (ACDT): ________1630 UTC Sat. 4 Oct. 2014 to 1630 UTC Sat. 4 Apr. 2015 ____Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time (AEDT): ________1600 UTC Sat. 4 Oct. 2014 to 1600 UTC Sat. 4 Apr. 2015 ____Lord Howe Daylight Saving Time (LHDT): ________1530 UTC Sat. 4 Oct. 2014 to 1500 UTC Sat. 4 Apr. 2015 Europe: ____Azerbaijan Summer Time (AZST): ________0000 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0000 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 ____British Summer Time (BST): ________0100 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 ____Central European Summer Time (CEST): ________0100 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 ____Eastern European Summer Time (EEST): ________0100 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 ____Irish Summer Time (IEST): ________0100 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 ____Western European Summer Time (WEST): ________0100 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 North America: ____Alaska Daylight Saving Time (AKDT): ________1100 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 1000 UTC Sun. 2 Nov. 2014 ____Atlantic Daylight Saving Time (ADT): ________0600 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 0500 UTC Sun. 2 Nov. 2014 ____Central Daylight Saving Time (CDT): ________Can. & USA: 0800 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 0700 UTC Sun.2 Nov. 2014 ________Mexico: 0800 UTC Sun. 6 Apr. 2014 to 0700 UTC Sun. 26 Oct.2014 ____Cuba Daylight Saving Time (CUDT): ________0500 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 0500 UTC Sun. 2 Nov. 2014 ____Eastern Daylight Saving Time (EDT): ________0700 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 0600 UTC Sun. 2 Nov. 2014 ____Eastern Greenland Summer Time (EGST): ________0100 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 ____Hawaii-Aleutian Daylight Saving Time (HADT): ________1200 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 1100 UTC Sun. 2 Nov. 2014 ____Mountain Daylight Saving Time (MDT): ________Can. & USA: 0900 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 0800 UTC Sun.2 Nov. 2014 ________Mexico: 0900 UTC Sun. 6 Apr. 2014 to 0800 UTC Sun. 26 Oct.2014 ____Newfoundland Daylight Saving Time (NDT): ________0530 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 0430 UTC Sun. 2 Nov. 2014 ____Pacific Daylight Saving Time (PDT): ________Can. & USA: 1000 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 0900 UTC Sun.2 Nov. 2014 ________Mexico: 1000 UTC Sun. 6 Apr. 2014 to 0900 UTC Sun. 26 Oct.2014 ____Saint-Pierre & Miquelon Daylight Saving Time (PMDT): ________0500 UTC Sun. 9 Mar. 2014 to 0400 UTC Sun. 2 Nov. 2014 ____Western Greenland Summer Time (WGST): ________0100 UTC Sun. 30 Mar. 2014 to 0100 UTC Sun. 26 Oct. 2014 Pacific Ocean: ____Chatham Daylight Saving Time (CHADT): ________1400 UTC Sat. 27 Sep. 2014 to 1400 UTC Sat. 4 Apr. 2015 ____Easter Island Summer Time (EASST): ________0400 UTC Sun. 7 Sep. 2014 to 0300 UTC Sun. 26 Apr. 2015 ____Fiji Summer Time (FJST): ________1400 UTC Sat. 25 Oct. 2014 to 1400 UTC Sat. 17 Jan. 2015 ____New Zealand Daylight Saving Time (NZDT): ________1400 UTC Sat. 27 Sep. 2014 to 1400 UTC Sat. 4 Apr. 2015 ____Samoa Summer Time (WSDT): ________1400 UTC Sat. 27 Sep. 2014 to 1400 UTC Sat. 4 Apr. 2015 South America: ____Amazon Summer Time (ANST): ________0400 UTC Sun. 19 Oct. 2014 to 0300 UTC Sun. 22 Feb. 2015 ____Brasilia Summer Time (BRST): ________0300 UTC Sun. 19 Oct. 2014 to 0200 UTC Sun. 22 Feb. 2015 ____Chile Summer Time (CLST): ________0400 UTC Sun. 7 Sep. 2014 to 0300 UTC Sun. 26 Apr. 2015 ____Paraguay Summer Time (PYST): ________0400 UTC Sun. 5 Oct. 2014 to 0300 UTC Sun. 22 Mar. 2015 ____Uruguay Summer Time (UYST): ________0500 UTC Sun. 5 Oct. 2014 to 0400 UTC Sun. 8 Mar. 2015 (MORE)
when god decided to make this place for us i think he thought it over and said what the hell might as well make a sun and some plants and some crops to say hey when this people start to wonder what was their purpose here on this loving earth knowing that one of was going to say what the heck is ther…e a sun for and then realize that when the sun comes out its to see whats he is hunting and at night when the sun went down to say well it is time to go to sleep (MORE)
It reduces the amount of time in the evening when it is dark. Mostenergy used for lighting is on dark winter evenings, so that energyis "saved" as the lights are not turned on.