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See? We Knew They Were Whackos! November 20, 2006

Posted by gregquill in Uncategorized.


Air Pollution

At a conference in Nairobi, Kenya, Nobel prize winner Paul Crutzen of the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Germany said that a layer of pollution delilberately spewed into the atmosphere could be just the thing to fight global warming.

He said that it could act as a “shade” from the sun’s rays and help cool the planet.





1. kenju - November 22, 2006

Holy. Cow. Was he serious?

2. Stew Magoo - November 22, 2006

Yeah, ironic that the battle against man-bear-pig, I mean Global Warming has resulted in a reduction of the larger molecules. The smaller pollution molecules are unable to bind to and in turn provide binding for other molecules. This is causing an increase in temperature.

Think about when a volcano explodes. Oh sorry, when Karl Rove causes a volcano to explode, the resultant detritus is large carbon molecules. Which, in addition to being all funky actually causes a filter for sunlight.

Less sunlight means cooler temperatures.

And less man-bear-pig.

3. brendalove@gmail.com - November 23, 2006

Can’t we just get all the pot-heads to light up at one time? Its a win-win situation!

Happy Thanksgiving Greg! And tell Lacy to not eat that turkey leg all at one time.

4. Greg Finnegan - November 23, 2006

Yes, Kenju. he was serious. I’m serial.

Stew, you got it. There is like this airborne exlax which has reduced atmospheric constipation.. uh, binding. It’a like mainlining Metamucil.

Brenda, like, cool! And if they use crack pipes, we can recycle silicon. Thanks for your wishes, and I hope that Thanksgiving was wonderful at your place! (Lacy is still smacking her chops! I swear that doggie can smile!)

5. kenju - November 24, 2006

HA! “Airborne exlax” roflmao

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