Saving daylight, or losing sleep?

Don’t forget to push your clocks forward one hour tonight before you hit the sack.
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FREE custom-made box,
Made in the USA
(just like the contents)
with your purchase. 

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We all know the box is the
best part of any new toy, anyway.

These boxes are without peer.

The question is:
What will be in this amazing box,
when you open yours? 
That is up to you…

Link:
Daylight Savings Time 
(from the Astronomical Applications Dept. of the U.S. Navy)

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  1. Here is a confusing or strange topic;

    Upon Daylight Savings Time;

    Do people actually lose (or gain-pending Fall or Spring) a hour of sleep?

    If most people out there, consciously set their clocks, in decent time before bed, and their alarms are still set for a certain awake time, is sleep lost (gained)

    For example;

    If someone knowingly sets their clock ahead say, from 8pm to 9pm (before Midnight)

    And 10pm is their normal time to “go to bed”, of which they still do/go to.

    And their awake time is still 6 am

    Is this still 8 hours of sleep? Hmmmnnn

    One would think, if anyone did not set their clock to compensate, then this is possible ( a hour of sleep lost or gained).

    In essence, are people losing (or gaining) a hour of sleep OR Daylight?

    ITS ALL ABOUT DAYLIGHT NOT SLEEP


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