Monday, July 25, 2005

Solution to the Greenhouse Effect

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I haven't posted a pic of my partner in crime for awhile and here he is..... supervising blogging and whatnot........ from now on referred to as "The Heatsink'.

It is winter down here and The Heatsink will invariably find the warmest part of the house to absorb any infra red rays bouncing around in and around the townhouse. Car bonnets/hoods, recently turned off laptops, rays of sun in strange places, laundries with clothes driers going etc etc. A 1500Watt heater going at full blast will heat this townhouse no problems...... but with The Heatsink directly in front, things remain a little chilly.

A few moments I got out of my chair to get a book from the bookshelf and The Heatsink, ninja style was there, taking advantage of a warmed up chair. No idea how he did it so quickly and silently, he moves V-E-R-Y slowly most of the time but given a bit of warmth he hones in lightning fast.

Anyway, I had a thought on how I might save the world from the Greenhouse effect. Perhaps if I cloned The Heatsink and issued his millions of clones to the world at large, all that infra red energy currently bouncing back within the earth's atmosphere would be absorbed by millions of sleeping Heatsinks. Big governments could exchange Heatsink credits. It could be the dawn of a new economy.

The global temperature would drop..... the planet would be saved..........people would have food..........we'd have some very happy cats......terrorism would stop......... and I'd get a Nobel prize and get to meet Bob Geldorf or something.

This is just one of my many brilliant ideas....... there's plenty more where that comes from.


  • But then you'd have to ensure world population of dogs and mice are reduced, as they otherwise distract The Heatsink.

    Perhaps there is a way you could adapt the Heatsink to remove the huge amount of heat producted by modern CPUs? Better than those bloody noisey high-airflow fans they have now.

    By Anonymous James Jackson, at 10:49 am  

  • My own Heatsink, whom I call the furry little fascist, would like to network with yours. I think they could meow at each other using Skype.

    By Blogger Deleted, at 12:41 pm  

  • i use an airfow 9000, it disperses heat and all offending odors. you can find it at almost any wal-mart, it also handy as a facial warmer if i am ever in need of such a devise, very cheap and sense-less, but it is mine.
    (it gets too goddamn cold here, (minus 5 last winter, it seems like yesterday. and last week was 104!)

    By Blogger sleepybomb, at 1:41 pm  

  • James, perhaps if I spliced the Heatsink's endothermic genes within an Intel chip? No need for fans.....

    Harry, your moggy may have probs with the Heatsinks Aussie accent......

    Sleepy, yes one of those fans sound good but the cat(Heatsink) would invariably hog it as he seems to with anything vaguely warm.

    By Blogger Johnno, at 3:12 am  

  • They do seem to have something of the Ninja in them, don't they? Dead to the world one minute and three rooms away at their dinner bowl the next. Plus there's the little rising sun bandannas around their heads.

    By Anonymous Johnny The Horse, at 7:43 am  

  • I've got six of 'em -- although they not only suck up heat, they release it later when they can sit on me. They cycle around so that at least two of them can be laying in any convenient sunlight so that they can make me uncomfortably warm when I'm trying to sleep.

    By Blogger Sherri, at 12:33 pm  

  • Fucking hell...what in the hell are u talking about...talking rubbish...if u could do what u say....i coulb become a superman and save the world from crimes

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:33 pm  

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