The 'times' they are a-changing!
IN KEEPING with EU policy to have the metric system in operation as much as possible, a proposal has been put forward by a European Parliament sub-committee to create a uniform time zone throughout the member states.
Previous 'change-overs'were successfully implemented (as in weights, measurements, the monetary system and, of course the smoking ban), but fears are that this will create chaos in Ireland, as well as other EU countries.
The proposal is to have a standarised time. This will mean that instead of the normal 60 seconds in a minute; 60 minutes in the hour, there will now be 100 seconds in each minute and the normal 24 hour day will be reduced to a 20 hours
This will cause widespread confusion nationwide as we struggle to grasp the new 'times'.
It will see the end of clocks and watches as we know them as they will be replaced with digital timers that will be synchronised to a satellite to ensure every one of them is at the precise time. This is presently in operation in
There will also be significant implications particularly for average workers who work an eight hour day and has drawn criticism from the trade union movement, saying it would mean a longer working day for their members for the
For the average family it means all clocks in homes throughout the country will have to be replaced with the new common Eurozone time. This, in effect implies all appliances with 'timers', i.e. cookers, heating systems, alarms,
The recommendation has financial implications for many businesses throughout the country who retail electrical items with timers attached.
Employers'organisations have argued that the recommendation will create thousands of new jobs manufacturing and fitting the new time pieces. Union representatives say the likely result will be that ordinary families will be
The proposal has to be ratified by the European Parliament but as the subcommittee is representative of the main political parties throughout Europe this is not expected to be a problem.
The report titled "The Conformity of a Eurozone Time Throughout The 20 Member States" will come for ratification tomorrow, Thursday.
Once the report is adopted it is then incumbent on all member states including Ireland to implement the proposals. As European law supercedes Irish domestic law in this instance, the government of the day will have no option but
It is expected that it will take up to about 18 months before all aspects of the new Eurozone Time Law is fully implemented.
You think they are trying to hint at the truth through what the majority would percieve as a hoax? I saw the same article on the Sun Website link here; http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/mysun/article982514.ece
Reasons why? To make everything uniform so that the PTB can (try) edge in a little more with their agenda for one world governance, as well as confusing us and our biorythms.
I did a bit of research and found this quite blatant article: