Time is gold. This the very core of how our existence is bound to be. Time provides us every opportunity to do things in stride in all excellence and sincerity with an objective of accomplishing them prior to the consummation of an endeavor or end goal. But have you ever lived in a world which has a synchronized time, that has an objective to save one’s time and effort every single day? The unique concept of Daylight Saving Time aims to set or synchronize their clocks, watches and even their sophisticated gadgets in advance so as to get things done at your own pace without the bad habit of cramming most specially if you are going to beat a deadline the same day.

The unique and amazing concept of Daylight Saving Time allows a user to save time, energy and effort.

The unique and amazing concept of Daylight Saving Time allows a user to save time, energy and effort.

In some countries, the Daylight Saving Time mode will expire on November 2, 2014. Consequently, they are about to set their time to its standard settings just like before. This will officially begin on Sunday, at exactly 2:00 A.M. It is interesting to note that DST is totally diverse from the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Specifically, DST in the North starts between March and April. Thus, it will culminate in September and November respectively. On the contrary, on the Southern parts of the world these countries apply the said unique principle of advancing its people’s timepieces in reverse. In the United States, there are some countries which do not adopt the DST methodology. Among these are Arizona and Hawaii. In lieu of this subject matter, let this very informative article trace back the historical roots and marvels of Daylight Saving Time. Read on.


DST in the ancient civilization did not have modern clocks to follow in order get things going everyday. All they depend on to was the shimmering radiance of the sun. Intelligently, they were able to accurately divide the time into 12 equal hours. Of course, their very own approach in using this is regardless of the day’s length. To further explain, Roman clocks were created with different scales which best resembled the different months in a year. However, at the end of the ancient civilization the equal length of civilization hours was introduced. But, its evident disparity had made this somewhat unreliable. Therefore, the so-called civil time did not vary in any way through the changing of the seasons. Nevertheless, the unequal hours methodology is currently adopted in Jewish ceremonies and elsewhere.

In today’s modern world, Daylight Saving Time was first studied and enhanced by George Vernon Hudson. He is a famous entomologist from New Zealand. To help him get through with his tremendous scientific feat, he used to collect some insects. Also, this hobby of his, had provided him with a fruitful realization that there is such a thing as the after hours daylight. In the year 1895, Hudson proudly presented a paper to the Wellington Philosophical Society with his two-hour daylight saving time. From there, the Daylight Saving Time was born.


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