Penn State Probing Question - Why do we have Daylight Saving Time?

Explains Jon Nese, a senior lecturer in meteorology at Penn State, "The modern idea of Daylight Saving Time, or DST, was first proposed in the 1890s in two papers published by a New Zealand entomologist, G.V. Hudson, who apparently appreciated the value of after-hours daylight for his insect-collecting habits."

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