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From: barb daniels (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 31 2000 - 16:12:02 EST
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barb daniels wrote:
> We think that DST doesn't change the photoperiod because if the sun rose
> at 6:00AM and went down at 6:00PM, DST would mean it would rise at
> 7:00AM and go down at 7:00PM so there is still 12 hours of daylight. So
> daylight savings changes the hours but there is still 12 hours for
> >From Emily, Katie JO, Jordan at North Albany Elem. Albany, OR.
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