South Pole. (was: "System Technology Associates"? SDI-ESDI adapter)

From: Dwight K. Elvey <>
Date: Fri Oct 22 15:58:22 2004

>From: "Ethan Dicks" <>
>On Thu, Oct 21, 2004 at 10:54:49PM -0400, John Allain wrote:
>> Hey, here's a semintelligent, if OT, question.
>> What time zone is at the South Pole?
>Well... the easy answer is "whichever one we want".
>In fact, the one we have selected is the one that matches where our flights
>come from so it's easy to synchronize operations. That means NZST/NZDT,
>since our flights come from McMurdo, and their flights come from Christchurch,
>NZ (yes, we are at GMT+13 right now, and we _do_ observe daylight savings
>time, even though the sun is up 24/7)

Hi Ethan
 Wouldn't you do daylights saving in the winter instead
of the summer?
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