Fly over West Virginia and see for yourself. Weep at the wanton wounds inflicted on its once beautiful mountains and the burial of springs and streams that once nourished mountainsides and valleys. Such rape and degradation of creation's ecosphere can hardly be regarded as fulfilling God's charge to mankind "to be fruitful and multiply and fill the Earth and subdue it." (link)Actually, I've flown over West Virginia many times and the only things I see are abandoned homes and factories. And too many people living in substandard conditions. Oh, and thousands of mountains underneath which sleep vast reservoirs of coal never harvested because retired Presbyterian ministers prefer there be 10,000 hills kept pristine instead of 9,999. Mountains that this man wants kept in tact for that once-a-year vacation he takes to New River Gorge.
The poor be damned.
Electricity? Well, we all know where that comes from. See below.