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This week many in the U.S. will change their clocks for Daylight Saving Time. Is this a Mitzvah DeOraitha or Takkanah DeRabanan? I can't seem to find any source for this except a poorly worded and weakly sourced question on a website of dubious reliabilitypoorly worded and weakly sourced question on a website of dubious reliability (see their very obvious disclaimer even warning anyone not to rely on them!) relating to a(n obviously) mythological line in the Pacific Ocean that marks when "tomorrow" begins.

Any solid sources on this?


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This week many in the U.S. will change their clocks for Daylight Saving Time. Is this a Mitzvah DeOraitha or Takkanah DeRabanan? I can't seem to find any source for this except a poorly worded and weakly sourced question on a website of dubious reliability (see their very obvious disclaimer even warning anyone not to rely on them!) relating to a(n obviously) mythological line in the Pacific Ocean that marks when "tomorrow" begins.

Any solid sources on this?


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This week many in the U.S. will change their clocks for Daylight Saving Time. Is this a Mitzvah DeOraitha or Takkanah DeRabanan? I can't seem to find any source for this except a poorly worded and weakly sourced question on a website of dubious reliability (see their very obvious disclaimer even warning anyone not to rely on them!) relating to a(n obviously) mythological line in the Pacific Ocean that marks when "tomorrow" begins.

Any solid sources on this?


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This week many in the U.S. will change their clocks for Daylight Saving Time. Is this a Mitzvah DeOraitha or Takkanah DeRabanan? I can't seem to find any source for this except a poorly worded and weakly sourced question on a website of dubious reliability (see their very obvious disclaimer even warning anyone not to rely on them!) relating to a(n obviously) mythological line in the Pacific Ocean that marks when "tomorrow" begins.

Any solid sources on this?

 

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This week many in the U.S. will change their clocks for Daylight Saving Time. Is this a Mitzvah DeOraitha or Takkanah DeRabanan? I can't seem to find any source for this except a poorly worded and weakly sourced question on a website of dubious reliability (see their very obvious disclaimer even warning anyone not to rely on them!) relating to a(n obviously) mythological line in the Pacific Ocean that marks when "tomorrow" begins.

Any solid sources on this?

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This week many in the U.S. will change their clocks for Daylight Saving Time. Is this a Mitzvah DeOraitha or Takkanah DeRabanan? I can't seem to find any source for this except a poorly worded and weakly sourced question on a website of dubious reliability (see their very obvious disclaimer even warning anyone not to rely on them!) relating to a(n obviously) mythological line in the Pacific Ocean that marks when "tomorrow" begins.

Any solid sources on this?

 

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Is Daylight Saving Time a Mitzvah DeOraitha or Takkanah DeRabanan?

This week many in the U.S. will change their clocks for Daylight Saving Time. Is this a Mitzvah DeOraitha or Takkanah DeRabanan? I can't seem to find any source for this except a poorly worded and weakly sourced question on a website of dubious reliability (see their very obvious disclaimer even warning anyone not to rely on them!) relating to a(n obviously) mythological line in the Pacific Ocean that marks when "tomorrow" begins.

Any solid sources on this?

This question is Purim Torah and is not intended to be taken completely seriously. See the Purim Torah policy.