By Nick Visser
For nearly a century, Americans have been springing forward and falling back, and this year will be no different. On that Sunday morning, we’re all snuggled soundly in bed when the clock changes an hour. Daylight saving time is the seasonal surprise that borrows an hour from our circadian rhythm in the spring and gives it back in the fall.
But whether or not we should disrupt the rhythm at all has spurred passionate debate from many disparate groups.
To better understand the situation, it’s best to look at why we do these annual …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green