Comments from various sources:
1). Al Gore certainly didn’t shut the lights off
2). I could not help but chuckle at the irony of earth hour’s method of getting their message across. By turning off lights around the world they showed people exactly what they want. They want to turn the light out on human civilization. The wish to stop progress, to pull back humans’ desire to better our world. Instead of light that allows us to see truth clearly they choose darkness, to hide their true intentions.
3). I will be thinking about the 1.8 billion people on Earth who have no access to electricity, and how insane they must think we are.
4). Earth Hour is a good demonstration of what will happen very soon if energy policy continues to be strangled by futile attempts to control the weather/climate using the harmless, essential, naturally occurring, aerial plant food gas CO2.
5). With reference to the absurd Dearth Hour, JunkScience.com is wondering how many stories we can collect of people injured falling over the cat/furniture in the enviro-induced darkness. Candle fires from unsafe lighting? Anything you or your readers may have heard about can be returned to this email address or preferably posted under this topic on the forum. (It’s a self-register arrangement & you can post immediately following registration).
6). An email from Greenland with illustrative picture below: Does it sometimes seem like everything you read, see or do has the word “Green” attached to it? When you are living in Greenland you can’t ignore it! But the Earth Hour made a difference here. See www.glar.gl. No more global warming.
7). Comment by Australian cartoonist ZEG: