For sell: Snow Cone Maker (only used twice), Bake & Fill bake set (never been used!), Play & Freeze Ice Cream Maker (new in the box), and AT&T Cordless Headset - $10.00 each. The Chocolate Fondue Fountain has already found a new home. Please contact Debbie at email@example.com or by phone 7646.
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Science Event of the Week
In 1916, Daylight Saving Time was introduced in Britain as a wartime measure to save fuel. The idea began when a London builder, William Willett, presented a scheme of shifting the clock to better use the hours of daylight in summer. He campaigned and published a brochure on the subject in 1907 (in which his proposal was to adjust the clocks in four weekly adjustments of 10-mins). When Parliament did consider a Daylight Saving Bill, to implement a seasonal one-hour change, it failed for lack of support. However, a little more than a year after his death after his death, the idea was finally adopted during WW I for wartime fuel savings. Now most of the countries in the northern hemisphere use a form of daylight saving time.