Earth Hour: Do Nothing And Feel Good About It

Alas, that’s not me writing it, but, rather, Katie Herzog at Grist

Earth Hour: Do almost nothing and feel great about it

It’s that time of year again: On Saturday, March 28, at 8:30 p.m. local time, each and every one of us are called upon to do our part, to sacrifice for the planet, to raise awareness about climate change by turning off our lights for ONE ENTIRE HOUR. It’s time … for EARTH HOUR.

Literally doing virtually nothing, just like the other 8764 hours. It’s just that for this one hour, Cult Of Climastrology members can feel good, instead of their daily angst about their massive carbon footprints, driving a fossil fueled vehicle, the failure of government to force Other People to comply.

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3 Responses to “Earth Hour: Do Nothing And Feel Good About It”

  1. Deserttrek says:

    i turn on more lights and light a fire outdoors too … too bad the losers don’t understand that backing electrical generating units down cuts efficiency and actually causes more issues ….. but studying an issue is not in their playbook

  2. john says:

    backing some forms of electrical generation does reduce some efficiency, but the net result is still posotive you would have to be an idiot to think otherwise

  3. Deserttrek says:

    only an idiot thinks its a good idea

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