Could the web master please fix the time zones on the http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/utc.php page.
These are do do with the time zones listed for Australia.
The standard time zone for Western Australia is known as WST (Western Standard Time) or, alternatively, AWST (Australian Western Standard Time), not WAST and is UTC+8, not UTC+7 as listed on the page.
The standard time zone for Eastern Australia is known as EST (Eastern Standard Time) or, alternatively AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time), not EAST.
There is also CST (Central Standard Time) or alternatively ACST (Australian Central Standard Time) which is used in South Australia, the Northern Territory and parts of far western New South Wales, it is UTC+9.5
Just as a point of clarification during Daylight Saving the "S" for Standard is replaced by "DS" for Daylight Saving or "D" for Daylight" in all time zones. Note that not all States and Territories observe daylight saving so during summer we can have up to 5 different time zones at any one time.
There may be other errors but I am not familiar with all time zones of the world.