What Makes Earth Hour Fun?

They know the lights will be back on in less than an hour. If they tried Earth Month instead, that would be the end of the global warming religion.

Temperatures in the quake-hit areas in northeastern Japan dropped to midwinter levels Thursday, marking 5.9 degrees below zero in Morioka, Iwate, 2.7 degrees below zero in Sendai, Miyagi, and 3.5 degrees below zero in the city of Fukushima.

Fuel shortages have hampered the delivery of relief supplies to shelters where survivors are staying, while also limiting the use of heavy machinery and heating appliances, rescuers said, according to Kyodo news agency.


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11 Responses to What Makes Earth Hour Fun?

  1. suyts says:

    Yep. A whole hour these pinheads go without electricity. Heck, I doubt most would last a week.

    • Dave G says:

      Last night, I asked my global warming bowling team mates how the alley was going to be lit, they looked at me funny and confused!! They didn’t even know it was earth day after they trashed me last year for being a denier HAHA

  2. Visualization of all 792 earthquakes that have happened since March 11 near Japan:


  3. Jeff K says:

    Yep, kinda like camping-fun for awhile, but after a couple of weeks you’re ready to head back home. Funny how the greenie-weenie types have the most gadgets out there.

  4. Justa Joe says:

    It’s also voluntary… for now.

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  7. Mercedez Giampaolo says:

    Earth hour is a good event since it helps us to be aware about our environment. i always participate in earth hour to help mother earth. `;*:`

    Kind thanks

  8. Erich Croker says:

    i like the earth hour because it gives us awareness..

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  9. Cuc Fulwider says:

    Earth Hour 2009 was from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. local time, March 28, 2009. 88 countries and 4,088 cities participated in Earth Hour 2009, ten times more cities than Earth Hour 2008 had (2008 saw 400 cities participate). One billion “votes” was the stated aim for Earth Hour 2009, in the context of the pivotal 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference.”

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