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"And when God Almighty washes Daylight's soul out on the last big slucin' day," MacDonald interrupted, "why, God Almighty'll have to shovel gravel along with him into the sluice-boxes."
Florida Republican State Senator Greg Steube ( proposed a bill Wednesday that would allow it and all of its political subdivisions to be exempt from observing daylight saving time, according to reports.
"This state exempts itself and all of its political subdivisions from the observance of daylight saving time, between 2 a.m.
THE BENEFITS of including natural daylight in homes and optimising the effect of light in the design of our future homes was discussed at the third international, VELUX Daylight Symposium in Rotterdam last month.
A series of researchers and renowned daylight experts reported on the key benefits of incorporating natural daylight into both new and existing homes and buildings.
Shifting the hours of daylight forward by one hour works because people turn on fewer lights and appliances when sunset arrives an hour later, he said.
Seize the Daylight: The Curious and Contentious Story of Daylight Saving Time, by David Prerau, Thunder's Mouth Press, 2005.
Most people view Daylight Saving Time as a necessary evil, an inconvenience that gives us an extra hour of sleep in October and robs us of an hour of sleep in April.