Human Achievement Hour celebrates man's ability to think, reason and change his environment to suit his needs.
Now is the best time to be alive and 2011 was another year of human endeavour that gave us mind reading computers! The invisibility cloak! The Humingbird drone! And much more...Check out the 2011 biggest (and coolest) breakthroughs in science, technology and the arts according to Time Magazine.
Celebrating Human Achievement Hour will mean turning all available lights *ON* and ridiculing those blow-hard, hypercritical eco-show-offs that allow silly bint "celebrities" to think for them.
We will be taking particular note at the irony of business owners that will be sitting in delusional darkness while grandstanding hypercritical social responsibility....for one hour.
A quote from the Ayn Rand Institute capitulates the silliness and irony of Earth Hour for us:
"Participants spend an enjoyable sixty minutes in the dark, safe in the knowledge that the life-saving benefits of industrial civilization are just a light switch away... Forget one measly hour with just the lights off. How about Earth Month... Try spending a month shivering in the dark without heating, electricity, refrigeration; without power plants or generators; without any of the labor-saving, time-saving, and therefore life-saving products that industrial energy makes possible."