Moonbat Tech: Floating Ecopolis

by Dave Blount | June 20, 2011 2:21 pm

According to the cheesy sci-fi fantasies that serve liberal ideologues for reality, our refusal to revert to a medieval economy will result in icebergs melting and sea levels rising until we find ourselves living in a lame Kevin Costner movie[1]. Fortunately, moonbat visionaries have developed a solution — the floating ecopolis[2]:

[A]rchitect Vincent Callebaut came up with this ecotectural marvel that could serve as a luxurious future retreat for 50,000 inhabitants seeking refuge from rising waters due to global warming. He believes the world will be desperately seeking shelter from the devastations of climate change, and hopes the auto-sufficient amphibious city will serve as a luxurious solution.

Vincent Callebaut called this project “Lilypad”, but this ecotectural marvel is also called as “Floating Ecopolis for Climate Refugees”. The whole structure is covered in green walls and roofs, the top portion covered in grasses with the inner portion featuring a palm oasis, and the under portion serving as a bed for natural sea planktons and oceanic plants.

The first Floating Ecopolis is scheduled for completion around the year 2100. By then the cycle of silliness should be back to global warming again; otherwise he would have invented a giant igloo to protect us from the global cooling hysteria that is likely to come back into vogue due to predicted lower solar activity[3].

Moonbat architects must have a lot of time on their hands.

On a tip from Salvatore. Cross-posted at Moonbattery[4].

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