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Daylight Savings Yes or No

The question is out there, is it time to get rid of daylight savings? Do we stop trying to manipulate the time and start trying to see if our circadian rhythm really be our guide to adjust to when we work and sleep?

The first experiments with daylight savings time were established World War 1. It was an effort made to use resources wisely during wartime. It turned into a bit of a trend and it’s stuck around for all this time.

There are seven states that are trying to do away with the tradition. Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Nevada, Oregon, Tennessee and Washington are pushing to make Daylight Saving Time permanent so residents can stop changing their clocks twice a year.

Do you have an opinion on the matter?

  • Do you want Daylight Savings to stay?

    • Yes
    • No


What do you think?

10 points

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  1. It is best to stop changing the clocks. There are many countries that don’t change the time. China, Brazil, Russia Malayasia to name a few. We don’t need to change the time as most factories work 24/7 and the hour change doesn’t do anything. But I have done research and the sports lobby is the one industry that henefits. If there are more hours of daylight then people will go play sports and then go home when it is dark.

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