Chad Albus <[address removed]> wrote:
Ultimately, in spite of my hostility towards religion in general, I think it may be critical to start pushing a sustainable / green energy / pro-depopulation agenda across the god fearing and godless spectrum. If we cannot form a majority within the human community that seeks to find alternatives to the production and consumption of food, population, new construction techniques, and manufacturing then we humans living today may quickly run our course and deservedly so. People who understands nature and mankind's good stewardship thereof more than make up for their short comings in religious belief. A solid environmentalist, who thinks magic underwear will expedite their journey to heaven, trumps the typical SUV driving - mcmansion dwelling - plastic water bottle consuming - secularist any day. I have never once referred a fundamentalist christian to the Origin of Species with any hope of conversion. However, preventing human extinction through environmentalism can cut across all walks of life and mystical beliefs... I hope.