In the Q&A section where the AI is asked a question, the chatbot indicates that winter time is better than summer time. That’s right, says biologist Marijki Jordyn.
When presented with the eternal dilemma of whether daylight saving time or winter time is better for us, the chatbot gives a clear answer:
And this is true, says Kertan, a chronobiologist at the University of Groningen. “We often think we’re living by our clock, but we don’t,” she says. We follow our biological clock. These are 100,000 cells in your brain and they determine the optimal time for sleeping and waking up.
The time is 09:45 on the light
In order for that clock to function properly, we need light in the morning, Curtain says. If we switch to daylight savings time, it will light up later in the morning and stay light longer into the evening. This means that your watch must be moved to a later time.
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Now that’s not so bad in summer, says Curtain, but suppose we’re going to apply summer time in winter too, that certainly won’t do us any good. “On December 21st, it won’t light up until 09:45.” So summer time all year round would not be a good idea.
Summer looks nicer
According to Curtain, a gut feeling also plays a role. Summer looks much nicer. If you said you could sit outside for an extra hour in the evening, everyone would say: YES!
Or watch that radio show, which started at 6 a.m. In fact, it actually started at 5 a.m., winter standard time. We just secretly set the clock an hour ahead. According to biology, that’s one reason we don’t We can get rid of daylight savings time, despite the fact that it’s been talked about for a long time and even AI favors it.
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