Saturday, October 4, 2008

General: Daylight Saving

Most Aussies will need to put their clocks forward at 2AM tomorrow morning.
(I'm sure most of us do it before we go to bed, Shhhh!)

Here is a possible downside to the practice (typo's and all) -

"When I was a kid we never had drought after drought.
Then we started with daylight saving.
We started with a little bit, but now we have six months of the year daylight saving.
it has just become tpp for the environment to cope with.
It is so logical, for six months of the year we hqve an extra hour each day of that hot afternoon sun.
I read somewhere that scientiic studies had shown there is a lot less moisture in the atmosphere which means we get less rain.
I believe this extra one hour is slowly evaporating all the moisture out of everything.
Whycan't the Governmentget the CSIRO to do studieson this, or better still get rid of daylight savings.
They gave to do something before itis too late."

This comment was sent to a newspaper.

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