Human Achievement Hour

Since my lights are powered by nuclear fusion1, I will not be turning them off tomorrow night.

Instead I will be turning on all that I can, in order to celebrate human ingenuity and technology.

If you really care about the earth, why don’t you spend a month naked in the woods, without fire, which, after all, produces carbon emissions!

  1. The sun heats up the ocean, whence water vapor forms clouds, which precipitate rain onto the mountains, which runs into a turbine and powers my lights.

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  1. That makes a lot of sense. If you don’t do anything the rest of the year to take care of the Earth, turning your lights off for 1 hour isn’t going to help. Kent and I were too busy watching The Bourne Supremacy to turn it off.

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