While many simply call today the end of daylight saving(s) time (or the end of summer time in weird places), we who love science fiction call it time travel night. You are welcome to get up at 2:00 am and change your clock, but most of us will simply sleep, allowing the hour to disappear, for time to travel while we rest. And tomorrow we will relish in that extra hour, how our bodies saw 2:00 am twice, lived in the same exhausted spatial dimension in two separate time dimensions, and allowed us to wake up at the same time but 10% more rested. It’s science, friend.
Or is it science fiction?
So enjoy your extra hour on time travel night, unless, of course, you live in Argentina, Chile, Iceland, Singapore, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Turkey, Hawaii, or Arizona (except the Navajo Nation Community). But, be warned, science fiction includes the genre of dystopia. After all, spring will come, where time is stolen back.