Should we eliminate Daylight Savings Time?

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I'd like to see us stay permanently on daylight savings time. You get a little more light after work all year, including winter. Plus you don't have to adjust twice a year.

Submitted: over 7 years ago by: validated user

Daylight Savings Time is no longer necessary in a community that is no longer dominated by agriculture. In addition, it is difficult for the body to adjust to a "new" time and schedule twice a year; I'm not the only one who generally feels sick in the week following a DST change.

Submitted: over 7 years ago by: validated user

Substantive "energy savings" has not been demonstrated scientifically. As you study the history of this, the proponents eventually get to the point of implementing "year-round" DST. http://www.webexhibits.org/daylightsaving/congressionalResearchService.html I believe that is the essence of absurd.
I believe we should do away with every 6 ... no 8 months Daylight Savings Trauma.

Submitted: over 7 years ago by: validated user