The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

Didn't Connor McCloud Try This Already In Second Movie?

And, I seem to recall that that experiment failed miserably then too.  Yet, Green Libero Socialists really want to change our environment in order to prevent our environment from changing.  Newest idea is already receiving millions and millions of dinero.  Without a thought as to its repurcussions, if any.

The Silver Lining Project is a not-for-profit international scientific research collaboration to study the effects of particles (aerosols) on clouds, and the influence of these cloud effects on climate systems.

The machines [up to 1,900 ships travelling the Pacific Ocean], developed by a San Francisco-based research group called Silver Lining, turn seawater into tiny particles that can be shot up over 3,000 feet in the air. The particles increase the density of clouds by increasing the amount of nuclei contained within. Silver Lining’s floating machines can suck up ten tons of water per second. If all goes well, Silver Lining plans to test the process with 10 ships spread throughout 3800 square miles of ocean. Geoengineering, an umbrella phrase to describe techniques that would allow humans to prevent global warming by manipulating the Earth’s climate...

Willis, the author of the post, is a little skeptical.

Smart move … what we have here is a non-viable non-solution to a non-problem. I wouldn’t want to comment either, especially since this non-solution will burn about 27 billion litres (about 7 billion US gallons) of fuel per year to supposedly “solve” the problem supposedly caused by CO2 from burning fuel

What a denier.

Well, maybe they are thinking that if we personally are not able to use gas by then, then there will be more for them to use.  But, still, we see them destroying the environment by trying to save it using their crazy ideas.  Like dumping tons of iron in to the oceans.  And that plan was approved too without caring about the repurcussions.



#1 Kevin 13-May-2010

Frankly, I'm scared. The high today here in balmy Louisiana was 88.3 degrees.  Normally it's only 88.1 degrees at this time of year!  I could hear insects and frogs going extinct all around me all day.  GLOBAL WARMING IS GOING TO KILL US ALL!

#2 Kevin 13-May-2010

ps - that 'chaptcha' thing has got to go.  It took me almost a minute to post my silly comment after I finished typing it.  Sadly, ALL my comments are silly.  I'm not willing to take 60 seconds to post them.

Isn't there a quicker way to stop spam?  I hope so. 

#3 fishy-captain 13-May-2010

test, this is a test.  Had this been a real test, and not an actual test, then you would have been notified.

#4 captainfish 13-May-2010

I just submitted the post above.  With me being on Cox cable net, the initial submittal took about 15 seconds.  Then after figuring out what the heck "chaptcha" was and what it was saying, the process only took another 20 seconds max.

Kevin, are you on a worse connection?  Could that be it?

Sorry about the intelligent comment-denying machine, but without it, Brian's hamster would be utterly destroyed by the email overload.  Seriously.  I mean, really.  Brian is popular.  Kevin, quit laughing.  I mean it!!!

ok fine.  FINE!  You get double captcha......   WITH mandatory editing as well.  And if you still can't quit laughing at Brian, I will sick some of William Teach's liberal air-suckers on ya.  "Bunny" may sound like a cute and fuzzy person to converse with....... but she is a ....nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnNUT!! (and a bigot)

So, don't make us turn this blog around.  Brian is drivin this flotsum and you don't want to piss him off.  He is .. THIS... close man!!  If you sit around reading global stock reports all day... you'd know his mental condition.   woh!!

So?!  You still want to talk to Brian?  hmmmm?

(hehehee jk)

#5 Kevin 13-May-2010

I forgot I can log in and it won't ask for captcha.  That will probably solve my problem.

#6 Kevin 13-May-2010

Yeah, that only takes 12 seconds.  good enough for me.  Thanks!

#7 captainfish 13-May-2010


hey, BTW, Kevin, what does that arrow point to in your self-portrait?  I'm guessing a can of bacon, err beer.

Powered by Snarf · Contact Us