Time experiment complete. err..."Time Change" experiment complete. When the time change occurred in fall, I decided to adjust my clock, yet keep waking up and going to work at the same "time" my body was on (work from 7 to 4 instead of 8 to 5). I did this all winter.
As of this morning, since the time change "spring forward" hit, it means that it was a success; I went the whole winter going to work at the "same time". Here's what I learned:
1) It's fricking dark. Like, pitch black.
2) People like to jog/walk wearing dark clothing during these times, and tend to do this on the busiest side of the road.
3) Leaving work at 4pm, it's still light out. This avoids the "dark when I go to work, dark when I leave work" pattern.