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Do you sometimes want  to call your relatives or friends living in another part of the world but don't know what the time is over there?   

  1. Find Time in another part of the world  
  2. Convert Military Time to Regular Time 
  3. What is "Daylight Saving Time" ? 
  4. Recommended Reading for DST
  5. Internet Time : What is Internet Time?

 Come here anytime to find out the right time.










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Convert Military time to Regular time.

 MILITARY TIME                       REGULAR TIME

   1:00 hrs                                    1:00 am     

   2:00 hrs                                   2:00 am

   3:00 hrs                                   3:00 am

   4:00 hrs                                   4: 00 am

   5:00 hrs                                   5:00 am

   6:00 hrs                                   6:00 am

   7:00 hrs                                   7:00 am

   8:00 hrs                                   8:00 am

   9:00 hrs                                   9:00 am

   10:00 hrs                                  10:00 am

   11:00 hrs                                  11:00 am

   12:00 hrs                                  12:00 pm (noon)

   13:00 hrs                                  1:00 pm     

   14:00 hrs                                  2:00 pm

   15:00 hrs                                  3:00 pm

   16:00 hrs                                  4: 00 pm

   17:00 hrs                                  5:00 pm

   18:00 hrs                                  6:00 pm

   19:00 hrs                                  7:00 pm

   20:00 hrs                                 8:00 pm

   21:00 hrs                                  9:00 pm

   22:00 hrs                                 10:00 pm

   23:00 hrs                                 11:00 pm

   24:00 hrs                                 12:00 am (midnight)




Daylight saving time began in the United States primarily to save energy/fuel by reducing the need to use artificial lighting.  

Daylight Saving Time is also called "summer time". It is a method of advancing clocks in a global manner, in order to artificially expand the daylight hours. 

United States European Union

Year DST Begins
at 2 a.m.
DST Ends
at 2 a.m.
period begins
at 1 a.m.UT
period ends
at 1 a.m.UT
2002 April 7 October 27 March 31 October 27
2003 April 6 October 26 March 30 October 26
2004 April 4 October 31 March 28 October 31
2005 April 3 October 30 March 27 October 30
2006 April 2 October 29 March 26 October 29
2007 March 11 November 4 March 25 October 28
2008 March 9 November 2 March 30 October 26

Clocks are set forward one hour in late March or in early April and are set back one hour in late September or in early October. Many fire departments encourage people to change the battery in the smoke detector when they change their clocks, because it can be so easy to forget otherwise.

The Uniform Time Act, enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1966, established a system of uniform (within each time zone) daylight saving time throughout the U.S. and its possessions, exempting only those states in which the legislatures voted to keep the entire state on standard time. Under legislation enacted in 1986, daylight saving time in the USA

NEW INFO :August 8, 2005, President George W. Bush signed the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Beginning in 2007, DST will start the second Sunday of March and end on the first Sunday of November. The Secretary of Energy will report the impact of this change to Congress. Congress retains the right to revert the Daylight Saving Time back to the 2005 time schedule once the Department of Energy study is complete.

Recommended Reading for DST

Seize the Daylight: The Curious and Contentious Story of Daylight Saving Time by David Prerau
A delightfully detailed look at the fascinating history of daylight saving time from Benjamin Franklin to the 21st century.  The tale is enlivened with a judicious selection of illustrations, poems, and songs. The best kind of history: rigorous and academically informed, but chock-full of lively anecdotes.

Marking Time: The Epic Quest to Invent the Perfect Calendar by Duncan Steel
This Australian astronomer (Rogue Asteroids and Doomsday Comets) provides a general history of the development of the calendar system, a reassessment of why England settled the mid-Atlantic coast of North America, and advanced astronomical information for the science buff or professional.

Calendar: Humanity's Epic Struggle To Determine A True And Accurate Year by David E. Duncan
Engaging narrative traces the development of our modern-day (Gregorian) calendar, and describes how people's experiences are shaped by their conception of time. Also describes ancient calendars of many cultures all over the globe, from India to Egypt to the Mayan empire.

Daylight Saving Time - for the U.S. and its territories - is not observed in Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the Eastern Time Zone portion of the State of Indiana, and by most of Arizona (with the exception of the Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona).


Internet  Time         

Did you know that there is a new way of telling time ..... "Internet Time" !!! 

No Time Zones. No Geographical Borders. A new way of telling  time in this day of the internet, where boundaries have disappeared and going global is the thing to do! 

Swatch has divided the virtual and real day into 1000 "beats". One Swatch beat is the equivalent of 1 minute 26.4 seconds. 

That means that 12 noon in the old time system is the equivalent of @500 Swatch beats. More on that on Wikipedia


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