I recently learned that snow plays an important part in regulating the global climate, and a shortage of it can contribute to global warming (because of the albedo effect). So obviously we need more snow. Well, coincidentally, I’ve been wanting one of those snow-makers for a while, so perhaps it’s time to get one installed on my house. That way I can just push a button (because it would have to be remote-controlled, of course!), and snow would start shooting out from the corners of my roof to cover the yard. This would be awesome for parties, and I would use a specially-formulated mixture so it will have reduced melt-ability during the non-winter parts of the year.
And when it’s cold enough outside for snow, I wouldn’t have to wait on the weather to cooperate — I’d just create my own snow with a click of a button. And with sub-freezing temperatures, it would last for a while, giving me time to build that snow castle I have big plans for, and of course my driveway would be so deeply covered that I couldn’t go in to work. So this plan would be, in one word, awesome!
When the Buffet o’ Blog R&D department gets this finished, we’ll put it on the market for sale, so other people can enjoy snow any time of the year and help combat global warming. We’ll help save the Earth, we’ll make lots of people happy, and we’ll make millions of dollars. It’s a win-win scenario, for sure!
2 thoughts on “snow reduces global warming”
Not a Snowman, but stayed at a Ski Report Express
I think you’re right, the time for the R&D department to start preparing to make snow is before it actually gets cold. Of course, with the weather around here, we need a second R&D department to make sure that it actually gets below freezing.
I call snowmaking, somebody else has to make the Freeze-O-Tron.
Y’know, if someone invents a device that controls the weather, then there wouldn’t be a need to make a snow-maker. So the R&D dept. should just focus on that. Then you could make it snow whenever you want AND make the temperature right for it to stay on the ground. (I bet there would be a lot of cases where people got snowed in on Mondays to the point they couldn’t go to work…)
And you could help people get rain when they need it — that is, if you were to use your powers for good. Folks would pay a lot to get the needed weather.
And you could make lightning strike close to that fraudulent “Important Evil Genius” guy whenever he says something stupid… 🙂