Stop Global Warming – Block Sun with Millions of Flying Cars!
By: Lance Winslow
Many of the Science Magazines are talking about crazy ways to stop Global Warming. Some of the ideas put forth are absolutely insane and others plausibly deniable. One member at the “Offline EU Think Tank” suggested that we put forth additional R and D monies to bring about “flying cars” a couple of decades early and since the traffic is so insane in our cities, where the urban heat islands are, the flying cars will provide shade to the hot concrete and asphalt below?
It has been reasoned that flying cars will have slightly more surface area to keep them aloft and if these cars are paint in the latest new pastel colors such as the Lexus LS 400 “Desert Mahogany” [also know as light tan color] or the Mercedes 580 SL “Lake Louise Pearl” [white]; then these cars will prevent urban heat problem. This means the atmosphere directly over our major cities will not heat up, causing super storms or heating the planet.
Since the American Auto Manufacturers are losing sale to the foreign companies like Volkswagon, BMX, Toyota and Honda; the US Auto Makers will not have to worry about re-tooling or selling more efficient flying cars, allowing them to appease unions and maintain higher profit margins. They will still be able to sell cars to anyone who is afraid to fly into the future.
“In the Middle East they might design carbon nano-tube flying carpets to help shade their cities and anyone with a hot head.” Said another member of the French based Offline EU Think Tank, who is also a member of the A380 design team, who has also been busy consulting with French Automakers to replace all the cars that were torched during the riots in France last year. They are staying very busy indeed. Sincerely, Lance.
L. Winslow is an Economic Advisor to the Online Think Tank, a Futurist and retired entrepreneur http://www.worldthinktank.net . Currently he is planning a bicycle ride across the US to raise money for charity and is sponsored by http://www.Calling-Plans.com and all the proceeds will go to various charities who sign up.