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Global Warming
by John Petersen on 03/20/14 11:54:00 pm

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After stopping the supercomputer from annihilating us, I'm back to save the world again. This time from Global Warming. I need you gamer geek's and nerd's help.

Do we want to keep taking pictures of it and talking about it, or do we want to try to do something about global warming?

We have all this technology-- Would someone please run a computer simulation of trying to cool the oceans with cool pipelines? Will it work?



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Our Man Flint has already saved the world from man made global warming already. Its now called Climate Change. So you can relax.

Technology is only as good as its users (if at all):you know.... garbage in, garbage out?

We could resurrect Flint to thwart the mad scientists at the IPCC where they believe they have the CO2 control dial. Nah...boring.

Or we could have our man Flint Destroy thsoe terribly naughty powers that already control our weather with those HAARP "thingies". nah....James Bond anyone?

Save the world with a simulation game!
Reminds me of how Eric Clapton admits that 'Saving the world' motivated his playing the guitar. I bet your not old enough to remember that. However, it does illustrate some sort of high achievement, irrespective of what motivated it.

However, you do sound like you are on a whimsy?