### When can you reuse the calendar from 2004?

Let's ignore the fact that "2004" is written on every page of the calendar, and that the beginning and end of daylight's savings time and other notable dates you might have printed on the calendar will be different. There are two issues involved here. One of them is leap year, so recycling 2004's arrangement of months, dates, and days of the week will only be possible on another leap year. The other issue is that a 365 day year advances the same date on the calendar one day of the week. A 366 day year (a leap year) advances it two. In other words, if your birthday is on a Monday this year, it will be on a Tuesday next year, unless there's a February 29 between now and then, in which case it will be on a Wednesday. You want a leap year where the day of the week is advanced 7 days (also known as zero days, since you're starting over once you cycle through the days). This is one of those problems where a spreadsheet is going to be more useful than a formula: 2004 = 0 leap year 2005 = 1 2006 = 2 2007 = 3 2008 = 5 leap year 2009 = 6 2010 = 7 2011 = 1 2012 = 3 leap year 2013 = 4 2014 = 5 2015 = 6 2016 = 1 leap year 2017 = 2 2018 = 3 2019 = 4 2020 = 6 leap year 2021 = 7 2022 = 1 2023 = 2 2024 = 4 leap year 2025 = 5 2026 = 6 2027 = 7 2028 = 2 leap year 2029 = 3 2030 = 4 2031 = 5 2032 = 7 leap year

### when do the seasons start and end in the western hemisphere?

Technically the seasons are for the northern and southern hemispheres, which each of those hemispheres seasons being the opposite of the other at any one time. Anyway, here is a list showing the times of the seasons through 2015, converting the times to California (Pacific) time and accounting for Daylight Savings Time: 2010 Spring Mar 20 10:32 Fall Sept 22 20:09 Summer June 21 04:28 Winter Dec 21 15:38 2011 Spring Mar 20 16:21 Fall Sept 23 02:05 Summer June 21 10:16 Winter Dec 21 21:30 2012 Spring Mar 19 22:14 Fall Sept 22 07:49 Summer June 20 16:09 Winter Dec 21 03:12 2013 Spring Mar 20 04:02 Fall Sept 22 13:44 Summer June 20 22:04 Winter Dec 21 09:11 2014 Spring Mar 20 09:57 Fall Sept 22 19:29 Summer June 21 03:51 Winter Dec 21 15:03 2015 Spring Mar 20 15:45 Fall Sept 23 01:21 Summer June 21 09:38 Winter Dec 21 20:48

### How do i know if I'll make the tour and be back on the boat in time?

LOL - It is what we call "Island Time" in the Caribbean. . . That means it will get done - for sure - sooner or later. . . but only heaven knows when. But you are in luck, since DST ends Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 2:00:00 AM when you set your clocks backward 1 hour. It does not start again until Sunday, March 9, 2014 - So Florida (ie: the Carnival Victory) will not be on DST anyway in Feb 2014 - and at that time of year - Florida is also -5 hours off (behind) GMT.

### End of the World 2020?

Nowadays,global warming is the best challenge for us .And the statement that The end of the world is the fallacy. The things we can do is to increase the protection of the environment.

### Time zone difference between Beijing and Toronto?

It's not really all the sudden, it happens every year! China doesn't participate in daylight savings. The entire country from Tibet to Beijing is under the same time zone. Time zones are human made so no country actually has to abide and China doesn't have to maintain a 12 hour time difference. I guess when the clocks jump ahead on April 6, 2014 at 3am is when Toronto and Beijing will have a 12 hour difference again.

### What year is it really?

Well if you take into consideration leap year( daylight savings time has no effect on the date since there is a falling back as well as a spring forward) todays date would be something like march 2014 because leap year was established by Julius caeser rounding out to about a little more than 400 extra days due to the leap year

### When is standard time ?

In the United States Daylight Savings Time (DST), which we are observing for only about 6 1/2 more hours here in the Eastern time zone as this is written, ends at 2AM Local Time on November 3, 2013 (tomorrow early AM). See here for confirmation: http://www.time.gov/ So Standard Time begins soon and lasts until next Spring (March 9, 2014). See here for past and future dates: http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/time-zone/rules/usa/ Hope this helps...

### When is daylight savings time 2009 over ?

Dad is wrong 2009 Spring forward March 8 Fall back November 1 2010 Spring forward March 14 Fall back November 7 2011 Spring forward March 13 Fall back November 6 2012 Spring forward March 11 Fall back November 4 2013 spring forward March 10 Fall back November 3 2014 Spring forward March 9 Fall back November 2 Ps It would have taken place during the night( last night ) if Dad was correct it takes place at 2am on Sundays so people cant use that as an excuse to be late on Monday after the time change

### When does daylight savings time start?

DST always starts at 2AM the second Sunday in March and ends at 2AM the first Sunday in November. Year DST Begins 2 a.m. 2008 March 9 November 2 2009 March 8 November 1 2010 March 14 November 7 2011 March 13 November 6 2012 March 11 November 4 2013 March 10 November 3 2014 March 9 November 2 2015 March 8 November 1 cp

### When did daylght savings time begin?

Even with out daylight savings time. Leap year was was created 45 bc by Ceaser. If it was not created, December 21 2012 would of been a year and a half ago and today would be January 2014.

### when is daylight savings time 2014?

Sunday, March 9, 2014 the clocks get turned ahead 1 hour.

### daylight savings date 2014?

Daylight Saving Time (United States) 2014 begins at 2:00 AM on Sunday, March 9 and ends at 2:00 AM on Sunday, November 2