22 December 2009

How Do You Fix "Global Warming" On the Cheap?

Ask somebody who knows something about technology and making money. His solution:

The global warming solution proposed by Nathan Myhvold involves running a hose up to the stratosphere with balloons and using that hose to pump out enough sulfur particles to dim the sun's heat just enough to counteract the effects of global warming. The estimated cost would be about two hundred and fifty million dollars.
Not that it would do any good mind you, as we do not control the climate. But at least it'd make the chicken-littles happy without having to tear down the achievements of the entire Free World in the process. Though, I strongly think the elimination of the Free World and our way of life is the true goal of the "climate change" agenda. Plus, Myhvold's solution wouldn't make the likes of Robert Mugabe any richer.

Personally, I think you'd do more to stop the "global warming" crisis if you ran the hose straight up Al Gore's arse.


Tregonsee said...

"Global Wraming"

Is that what they are "wraming" down our throats? ;)

.....CLIFFORD said...

Fixed. Sometimes my inner Chad Rogers comes out.

The Grey Man said...

Little problem with this. Sulphur can combine with h2o in the upper atmosphere making h2so4. This is heavier and will fall. Ever hear of acid rain?

Little did we know that Love Canal was good for us.

If the EPA helped stop acid rain, and acid rain is good for global warming, is the EPA the cause of global warming? And since environmentalists caused the EPA to be formed, aren't the very environmentalists who cry about global warming the cause of it?

This is causing localized brain warming, which is best cured by a single malt scotch.