I see The Guardian has decided to declare war on the finances of Schloss Worstall.
In Britain, we have flooded the night with sodium orange: even away from towns lights shine out across the landscape and the sky, though it may be starless, is almost never the Bible-black of Dylan Thomas\’s imagination. How much we have lost – and how welcome the news that some councils are dimming their street lights to save money and energy, and in doing so reducing insidious pollution.
As regular readers will know those street lamps are powered by a sodium/scandium iodide cycle and the Worstall finances depend upon the sale of scandium into the lighting industry.
The reduction in light being advocated here is thus clearly a direct attack upon my finances.
Does this mean I\’m allowed to go destroy their offices as they\’ve, without an electoral mandate, decided to take away my living?
Or doe that justification only apply to students?