These clowns have finally have made the L. Ron Hubbard Stage. The Cloud Ship concept is amazing. Your gonna have to create several million tons of thrust to make the upper atmosphere. The Water Ammo will kill all animals in a hemispheric pattern at a rate of 28 miles and raise the water temperature more than 17%
The economic crisis must be the real myth if this is how we are spending our $$$.
The only thing missing here is the little box with a dial that will regulate the amount of cloud to be generated by these ships. This "world thermostat" will, of course, be installed in Al Gore's office at the top of his ivory tower.
painting California WHITE would be a lot cheaper, and would do more to slow global warming...and is at least as practical as the ideas in this article.
What could possibly go wrong?
In the name of fighting climate change, they are going to do some real damage to the planet. If they think that "global warming" is bad, just wait until they cause the next Ice Age.
This too funny, cause I just read an article that said clouds trap atomospheric heat in. And "The Goracle" says the science is settled. Go figure.
Has anyone mentioned yet that when the salted rain falls onto the surface into the top soil that it will kill all life on the planet? That's a surefire way to stop global warming.
its a great idea so long as i can invest in the company
Why bother spending all that money when mother nature has been cooling the earth for free since 1998.
If the global warming zealots don't stop soon they're going to discredit science in general in the eyes of the public. This is and always has been an absurd theory that would have died a natural death long ago if it hadn't been propped up by politically motivated research grants. That grant money has now so thoroughly corrupted atmospheric science, we can't trust anything that so-called climatologists or atmospheric scientists say.
Why not just blast Al Gore into a low orbit and let his fat a$$ block a few tenths of a percent of sunlight. We'll go get him when earth cools back down.
Whenever I start to think about how reckless, irresponsible and/or just stupid the American media has become, I just head on over to the UK. It makes me realize that, by comparison anyway, the US media could be worse.
They want to cut down on CO2 and sunlight....it sounds like a war on plants to me.
HA, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha! Was this a Saturday Night Live skit? No......It's for real? Who let the inmates run the insane asylem?
It looks like it will work better than than cap & trade and will be much cheaper!
Will National Geographic be endorsing this? Polar bears are waiting.
Already doing this with the chemtrails try looking up for once.
Why not just shift the orbit of the moon to give total solar eclipses every day? ;)
What a ridiculous idea! Don't mess with Mother Nature. Why don't we send some freezer ships to the arctic to make ice for the polar bears...
"Crisis is the rallying cry of the tyrant" James Madison.
make lots of dry ice and store it at the poles. dont forget to plant a tree.
And I presume these magical unmanned ships will be powered by unicorn farts and rainbows, and protected from pirates who can spot the plumes a hundred miles away by fierce dragons.
It just proves scientists can be insane too.
1,900 ships plying the oceans, and no carbon footprint! fueled by pixie dust, I'm sure.
Unmanned? Perhaps they will have cameras so we can watch pirates steal them.
They tried this on Futurama and it still didnt work. Whats next? a giant space ice cube dumped into the ocean?
Cloud ships? Bwahahahahaha.
Now if only global warming were real, we would have a solution.
Friday, August 07, 2009
When it comes to cooling the planet, this is a much better idea than spraying particulates into the upper atmosphere, or sending giant mirrors into outer space. Or so they say. It certainly makes for a way-better illustration opportunity (compliments to Telegraph.co.uk). The current fantasy, as it is explained in the article, is to build a global fleet of 1900 immense unmanned, satellite-directed robot ships to inject sea water high into the atmosphere to create fluffy salt-seeded clouds on demand to reflect the sun's heat back into space. On an as-needed basis. Or something. It's amazing to me that there are still folks out there who do not consider the U.N. to be a special interest group. Anyway, my favorite aspect of articles like these (aside from the groovy sci-fi illustrations) is actually the wacky and insightful comments and here are my favorites today: