Celebrate The Slavery Of Electrons

Tonight comes the dimly thought out hour when the forces of darkness want you to turn off your lights. They want you to plunge yourself into the delusion that electricity is a bad tool for humanity to put to use.  We say quite the opposite!  Turn on those lights, and celebrate the slavery of electrons to the ingenuity of our species.  Those electrons that free us from the slavery of the pre-industrial age.  Those electrons that liberated humanity from lives that were aptly described as “nasty, brutish, and short.”  Read this essay and go turn on a switch to let another billion electrons flow:

Updated: March 25, 2017 — 8:14 pm

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