Moonbats Will Use Meditation to Stop Oil Leak
Straight out of Boulder, a moonbat solution to the Gulf oil spill:
“The basic concept is to try and get as many people to visualize that the valve is actually functioning and is working and closing,” said Carl Fuermann, a staff member in the University of Colorado’s Registrar Office.
The Coast Guard estimates that 200,000 gallons of oil a day has been streaming into the Gulf of Mexico since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig sank after it was rocked by an explosion April 20. A safety valve designed to stop the flow of oil, called a blowout preventer, did not activate as it was designed to after the explosion. Efforts to activate the valve using robots have not worked.
You see how technology just lets you down? All we really need is to hold hands and think happy thoughts.
Fuermann is no novice. He once used meditation to help fix his friend’s video camera.
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