Stephen Williams sdw
Sat Sep 24 15:55:00 PDT 2005

Haven't your heard?  Low dose radiation lowers cancer rates.


You know that people are always saying we need to do something about 
rising health costs...


Steve Nordquist wrote:

> Fah!  5 messages in and you're not even down to the
>     -use the energy to terraform the non-oil-yielding ocean floor pro 
> bono
>      coral
>     -solidify 1000^2 sq. km ocean on demand to dissipate hurricane
>     -use leftover energy to launch said solid ocean to N. Korea, where 
> it can
>      be used as a free (and fairly nonradioactive) energy source, melting
>      (tongues firmly in cheeks people?) into swirling water when taken 
> down
>      from the mountains.  Someone will have to build a turbine or Terrace
>      Different....  Also provides delicious prepared non-native 
> species dishes.
>     -Use +4 space mirror to 'park' hurricane s.t. Yucatan has better 
> weather,
>      build Efreet City.
>     -7-hurricane -deathmatch-; city TBA (bluescreen it!!).
>     -Gay (Mad, Ancient, Cosmic, Loathing) Anger Neptune + Cht'hulu as 
> primary cause....
>     -Sprite Zero (0 sweetness and furious fizz!) promotion gone 
> horribly wrong.
>     -Steven Levitt again called upon by kabal to 'Increase value of 
> Chicago's
>      North Shore,' forced into ill-scoped programme of indirect action.
>     -Bush TIA/HLS Plan achieves Zen; know all about it, and evacuate.
>>> Secondarily, depending on fallout cancer rates, just nuke the damn
>>> thing.  If projected dead due to cancer were, say, <50 vs. potentially
>> You can't cancel a storm by nuking it. A thunderstorm dissipates more
>> energy than a couple of nukes already. You could use a (very large) nuke
>> (probably several) to deflect it while it emerges.
> Yeees, but -radioactive- category 6 hurricane sounds so much better on
> insurance forms.  Those, they pay under 'builder negligence.'
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