This is a good question, and one that I don’t have the time to answer.
So long ago, long before any of the world’s countries were united (although in theory it would make sense), the world was divided into two time zones. Eastern Europe had Eastern Europe, and the rest of the world was divided into two time zones. The difference in time for some people was a few hours, but for other people it was a few days. I think that it would be great to be able to travel between countries, without leaving the country you’re in.
Time zones are probably the only thing that has been mentioned to me as a problem in many game worlds. As an example, I was once told that the Empire of One was in the UK because there was a time difference there, and the Empire of Two was in Russia because there was an hour-delay.
Time differences are very common, because time differences create a big difference in the amount of energy we need. On a large scale, they can cause problems for cities and for industries. This week I saw a very large time difference between India and the USA, because the US time system was different from the India time system.
It’s common for time differences to create major problems for countries. An hour-delay means that in the USA, an airplane will take four and a half hours to get to India, while in India it will take a full day. India is a very large country, and it takes a lot of energy to move large distances in a short period of time, so it creates a bigger problem for the country than it would have otherwise.
The problem is that in the US, where there’s time-zone differences, it will take an extra hour to fly from Washington, DC to New York. So if you’re flying in the evening, you’ll have to have a layover in Chicago before you can fly to New York. In India, however, planes can take four and a half hours to get to New York, so everything is fine.
So, the answer to this question depends on where you live. If you are in the US or Canada, youll have a more regular schedule, so you might not have to wait even an extra hour to get to New York. If you live in Europe, you might have to wait an extra hour in Moscow. (Some flights are even more delayed).
The time difference between the two sides of the world is about two and a half hours. This is so that you can avoid a traffic jam on the way to New York.
You might want to consider the time difference as well. By this I mean the number of hours difference that each side is having to wait. If you are in a European country, for instance, you might have to wait an extra hour in Moscow.