Also explains why they so often follow borders are similarly reasonable lines, what a coincidence right? I guess China is really lucky or unlucky depending on how you look at it that the stars, moons, planets and gravity decided to put the whole country into one timezone, but somehow it magically lined up with their modern borders
Also there's only one moon, not moons.
time zone map.jpg
WorldTimeZone - Current time around the World and standard time zones map of the world- 12 format
you will notice that quite a few countries choose their own time.
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.
A Leap Year only exists to make up for lost time on "our" calender.
Tell me why we need to add an extra day if we don't lose time?
Daylight savings time has absolutely nothing to do with sunlight - that would be about as ignorant as saying Columbus sailed the Atlantic to prove the Earth was round.
I wouldn't say they "choose" their own - more like they "invent" their own - but none of that changes reality.
Honestly I would call that Whole language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia induced authoritarian dictatorship craziness.
10 pages almost exclusively of trolling, I wonder if this is a site record?
I could care less if Florida want's to exercise their Tenth Amendment rights but the watches of the Citizens of Florida will slow - or at least appear to slow.
I've already done this "time" experiment - that is how I know I'm right.
But that is not at all related to daylight savings time. Daylight savings time is purely an arbitrary adjustment of clocks within the normal 24 hour cycle. There are places, even in the US, that have never adjusted for daylight savings time, and yet haven't "lost time." Because daylight savings time is not an adjustment for orbital mechanics, it is purely, 100% arbitrary.
Mr.Nick. I'm a pilot. We operate in "zulu" time. It never has changed from daylight savings time, yet the conversion from zulu to local remains the same as it was when I started flying 13 years ago.
One of you will end up here next!