Norwegian Official Issues APOLOGY for Extending 2020

Norwegian Official Issues APOLOGY for Extending 2020

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The Norwegian official responsible for Daylight Saving Time in the country apologized making 2020 longer.

Iselin Nybo, the country’s minister of Trade and Industry, said the clocks will set back an hour.

United Press International reported that the move will be in accordance with the traditional time change.

“As minister of time, I strongly regret that 2020 will be another hour longer,” Nybo said.

She explained that the year has already been a very demanding year for many due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The official then encouraged Norwegians to look on the “brighter” side to the time change.

This means that when we get up on Sunday… we get a brighter morning than we would otherwise have,” she said.

In 2019, the European Parliament voted in to back a proposal to do away with the twice-yearly Daylight Saving Time change.

Meanwhile, a new study claimed that not only is time travel theoretically possible, it could also be paradox-free.

The study stated that one could time travel without causing any kind of paradox or disturbance to the timeline.

A paradox is a phenomenon that happens when you go to change something in the past.

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