The disease we call moonbattery corrodes every aspect of our culture. Where it touches politics, it produces Barack Hussein Obama as President of the USA. Where it touches architecture, it produces this:
Proposals for a bizarre looking eco-skyscraper that could help reduce pollution from the 77,000 vehicles which use Chicago’s Congress Parkway Interchange every day have been unveiled.
Named the Congress Gateway Towers, the unusual buildings will be covered in algae designed to absorb harmful carbon dioxide emissions from commuters below and transform it back into oxygen.
The living towers algae will not only produce safe, breathable air, but could also be harvested to be used in the production of biofuels which could eventually be supplied to the buildings residents to power any future eco-friendly cars.
Though it sounds like something out of the cheesiest science fiction novel any moonbat ever put to paper, this guffaw-inducing concept appears to be on the level. No doubt the polar bears are anxiously awaiting its successful implementation.
In other news relating to moonbats and slime,
Massive quantities of algae are now blooming in the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, where the federal government has just spent $34 million in stimulus money to make the pool “sustainable” and “improve the quality and appearance of the water.”
It would be surprising if the crooked slime-covered skyscrapers don’t receive public funds too. Yet our liberal rulers have determined that they know how to spend our money better than we do.
On tips from AC and Bob Roberts.