posted on Mar, 29 2006 @ 11:25 AM
No. We most certainly do not want these yahoos making these sorts of decisions. I wouldn't trust them with the pennies in my ashtray, nevermind my
house, or my kid, or my country.
I'd rather pay them to sit in a corn field and come up with silly names for each other. :shk:
They could easily exacerbate an already deadly situation by acting with their usual gusto, combined with an utter lack of accountability - that's
dangerous. If they go cloud-busting, it might help slow the spread of bird flu, but it could easily wither and singe crops across the area.
(Especially considering recent increases in solar radiation making it to the ground - the sun is heating us more, and it's in the valley of its
This is a bit like a tipsy boulder, atop a cliff, I think. We're better off not playing with it, until we understand more, and our abilities
increase to the point where we can reasonably expect to manage the inevitable, unexpected consequences of our actions.
As it is now, this is a disaster waiting to happpen. I wish I could say something like "I can't believe how foolhardy and dangerous our government
has become", but I can't...
[edit on 29-3-2006 by WyrdeOne]