If you didn't turn out your lights out for 'Earth Hour,' you are seriously ill

Tom Lifson blogged yesterday about the University of Oregon teacher who believes that climate change skeptics should be "treated" for their delusions. I wonder if that includes failing to participate in "raising awareness" about global warming by turning off your lights for an hour on Earth Day? USA Today: Hundreds of world landmarks from Berlin's Brandenburg Gate to the Great Wall of China went dark Saturday, part of a global effort to highlight climate change. Earth Hour, held on the last Saturday of March every year, began as a Sydney-only event in 2007. The city's iconic Harbor Bridge and Opera House were dimmed again this year. Australia is among the first countries to flick off the light switches each year; in New Zealand, Sky Tower in Auckland and the parliament buildings in Wellington switched off two hours earlier; Tokyo Tower was also dimmed and in Hong Kong, buildings along Victoria Harbour also went dark. All the events take place at 8:30 p.m. local time. The WWF, the...(Read Full Post)