Earth Hour 2008: a huge success?

Editor:
This my last post about Earth Hour, I promise.

The TV news propaganda machine was telling me how big a success Earth Hour was. They showed pictures of people sitting in their homes looking bored staring at candles. I use candles when the power goes out.

I came across this graph at A Dog Named Kyoto. It shows the power usage during Earth Hour. Take a look

Electricity, not candles, makes the world go round. Ask anyone that doesn’t have electricity if they would trade their candle for a wall switch. Beware the GREENIES, they want everyone to return to the middle ages.

How much energy was used and how many trees died to promote Earth Hour. The Toronto Star printed a twelve page section to promote 1 hour of darkness.

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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Earth Hour 2008: a huge success?

The above graph show the impact of tonight’s Earth Hour on Ontario’s electricity demand. Actual demand is shown in green, forecast is in blue. The red box highlights the hour between 20:00 to 21:00 hours, or 8:00 to 9:00 PM, a.k.a. “Earth Hour”.As you can see, “Earth Hour” had practically zero effect on the electricity demand in the Province of Ontario. While electricity use was barely below forecast, it was actually up slightly from the previous hour!

 Find out more about the WWF

Earth Hour Scam – World Wild Life Fund Scam?

 

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2 Responses to “Earth Hour 2008: a huge success?”

  1. Lisa Says:

    I’m just curious how much carbon was released by all those candles burning.

  2. peasant Says:

    the wwf is involved with the new world order-they are promoting the human cull.
    scam after scam

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