Cool: Personhood for glaciers

From Wesley J. Smith at ENV:

Environmentalism is going mad. In the process, it’s becoming dangerous to human thriving and to our metaphysical self perception.

Last week, I wrote about rivers being declared “persons.” Now in India, glaciers have been similarly declared to be “living entities.” Specifically, a court has declared that rivers of ice have the “rights” of legal persons. More.

Reality check: The point about personhood for glaciers (and about rocks having minds) is not to increase their rights so much as to doom ours. To a progressive, humans are not special and consciousness is an illusion, which is why rocks rocks can have minds too.

No. They are not kidding. They have nothing else.

See also: Live baby body parts defended by righteous rage bunnies (who might be receptive to personhood for glaciers)

From the ivied halls: Attack on human “privilege” in relation to plant life