Why Is There A Need For Daylight Savings?
Does anybody know the real reason on why there is a something like a daylight saving time and why it still is existing until now? You can try to ask random strangers in the street and they would probably have the answer that would include the idea of giving help to the farmers and also because of the first world war or the second world war as well. Even with those possible answers from random people, you should know that farmers do not really have that much interest on the daylight saving time. In some states, there are some places that do not observe daylight saving time while they do on other areas, and that is the reason behind farmers not becoming a fan of the daylight saving time. There are people who would wake up earlier than other people because they are observing the daylight saving time and this is something that the farmers are not comfortable with because there will be a need from them to wake up earlier that the usual time because they would need to put up their produce for sale on the market place in order to cater those kinds of people.
During the very first World War in the United States, people observe the daylight saving time in order to save a lot of fuel, this is possible by reducing the usage of artificial lighting by the people. There were still several areas in the states the continued to observe daylight saving time even when the first World War was over, it only became something that was observed nationally during the second World War.
But now that there is no more World War, you might be asking why there are still a lot of people that are seriously observing the daylight saving time in some places around the world.
The recorded history behind the alternate usage of the standard time and the daylight saving time in the United States dates back during the year 1966, and is mainly because of the United Time Act of 1966. But even until now, the congress of the United States are still searching for ways to change that idea over time. It was stated in the first act that the daylight saving time will only be observed during the months of the spring and summer seasons, but people were already practicing the use of the daylight saving time all year long during the year of 1973. In the year 1986, people were already introduced to the new practice of the daylight saving time that will start on the month of April, during the first Sunday at 2 in the morning, and will end at 3 in the morning during the last Sunday on the month of October.