Daylight Saving Time
March 8, 2009 - November 1, 2009
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Daylight Saving Time Facts
National Geographic - March 5, 2009
Daylight Saving Time was first mentioned by Benjamin Franklin in a letter to the editors of the Journal of Paris. Ben also designed the first US coin. On one side he placed the word Fugio beside a sundial. Fugio in Latin means I Fly, and in conjunction with the sundial it implies "Time Flies." With the sun above the sundial, the effect of the design is rather artistic and coveys one of Franklin's favorite aphorisms, Tempus Fugit.
Once upon a time, there was 'no time'.
Alas physical reality was created by the Time Keepers or Time Lords
who monitor and synchronize Time in all realities.
Numeric codes were inserted as a reminder
that at the 'stroke' of midnight
Man would evolve beyond Time
no longer guided by their clocks.
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