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Question: Why do we change the clocks?
Asked by mollieK to Jim on 15 Mar 2016.
answered on 15 Mar 2016:
Changing the clocks is kind of an out of date practise. The reason for it that I heard is because having earlier mornings in the summer is important for farmers, so then it makes sense for everyone to match up with them.
Gaia commented on 15 Mar 2016:
Do you know that in some Countries they do not change the clock? Like in Colombia and South Africa, I was really surprised when I learnt it.
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Science Lover commented on 16 Mar 2016:
Really?! That is surprising!
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