As I wrote in December 2009, January 2010, and March 2010, the chieftains of Micronesia decided to start lawsuits against the Czech coal power plant in Prunéřov because, according to the wildest predictions, this facility may contribute up to whopping 42 micrometers to the sea level rise in the next 50 years. Eco Tretas summarized some graphs indicating that the sea level in the region isn’t measurably changing at all.
The executive board of the Micronesian Academy of Sciences
This insanity, predicted in “The State of Fear” by Michael Crichton, was started by my childhood friend Mr Jan Rovenský who suffered from a severe brain damage a few years later and who became a top Czech Greenpeace apparatchik. His organization has sent letters to all top politicians in island countries of the world, attempting to undermine the Czech industry. They expected to receive no answers. However, Micronesia did say Yes and things began to get out of control.
Well, it’s also possible that Mr Jan Rovenský has simply read the “The State of Fear” and he said “Why not”, so Crichton’s contribution wasn’t just a prophesy – it was an actual guide for the terrorists.
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