admin looking into controlling the weather

Discussion in 'The Fire For Effect and Totally Politically Incorr' started by cycloneman, May 22, 2011.

  1. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    Lord help us. This 'mentality' will be the downfall of mankind. You cant play 'god'..

    That said... It would be kinda cool to have a balmy 72, and no humidity all summer..:D
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    This should not come as a surprise to anyone. Its just a small part of the big picture. We must succeed in getting him out in 12 no matter what.
  4. cycloneman

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    So the poloution that we are being FINED for out the WAZOO is now proposed to be purposely injected into space.

    REALLY? How does that sit with you?

    Why not take a really really long chain and wrap it around the earth and pull the earth to a more sutable location? :cool:

    To think that you can control the weather is arrogance beyond belief. It's to say that you might as well control the spin of the earth, magnetic north, earthquakes, hurricanes, and all the other stuff. It is a slap in the creator's face unlike no other.
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    Cycloneman

    excellent idea , providing you source the chain off world ( make it on mars and ship it ) make it big enough and heavy enough , the added gross weight would actually increase our planetary weight and slowly force the earth into a wider obit a tad farther from the sun avoiding global warming , ( think this BS can get me one of them $500K a year advisor jobs ?)
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    Now Jack

    You have got be realistic. For ideas like that 500 million at least. Gee your gona need a manager.
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    Maybe we have been thinking about this all wrong. It might not be the earth that is the problem it might be the sun. Since the sun has magnetic pull then what we need is a big big really big magnet and face it so it repells the sun. We can use a Chevy Camaro with lots of horespower to push large said magnet closer to the sun and thus push that nasty sun away just a little bit.

    yea i think the chevy camaro is the way to go, what color do you think it should be? black?
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    space sun shades ? instead on the front windscreen of the car a big one in space to protect the planet ?
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    now if they put all this trash in the atmosphere who is gona pay for all the carbon credits?
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    hmmm. Can you imagine all the beach bums yelling your blocking my sun?
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    beats the carbon tax and a heat pollution tax and spraying poison into the air and drilling the earth, pumping it full of poison and poisoning the water supply that they want to do
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    Every morning I wake up and wonder how the dems are gonna screw the day up. It never fails and it's amazing how they defy common sense every time they speak
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    +1! I'm getting to the point where nothing surprises me anymore.
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    I was surprized by a Democrat politician, once.
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    He told the truth.

    Pops
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    Haven't heard much lately from environmental commando general Al Gore - reckon he's tied up paying off masseuses and hotel maids and dealing with his divorce.

    But somehow it seems like a great time to take another look at this photo of ol' Al in Viet Nam....

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