Monday, October 15, 2007
Since I posted this butterfly yesterday, I've been cogitating on my life as a conservationist over the past 27, or so, years, and how different I feel today about the meanings of the words "conservationist" as opposed "environmentalist." I also want to comment on how Al Gore is the inevitable outgrowth of the environmental movement. Like him or not, he's doing his job: He's a hell, fire and brimstone preacher/prophet of a new (false) post-modern religion.
I still much prefer being called a conservationist, though today I'm even cooling to that movement somewhat as it too moves more to the left.
Rare butterfly sighted in Falcon State Park in southern Texas after 70 years. It's a rare telea hairstreak. Good news for the environmental doomsdayers?
Meanwhile, one naysayer takes on Al and his theory of man-made global warming.
Posted by Webutante at 7:16:00 AM