Daylight Saving Time is ultimately supposed to save energy, not daylight, but studies suggest Americans use more power on their Christmas lights than they save because of Daylight Saving Time.

Bless it or curse it, Daylight Saving Time strikes again on Sunday, and citizens of 48 states must turn their clocks forward and sacrifice one hour of sleep to save energy through the summer. 

But in a modern society that pays very little attention to the sun when scheduling its days, does one hour’s shift twice annually really make a difference?

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