On February 18, 2023 1:35:34 AM GMT+02:00, Andrew Poelstra via bitcoin-dev 
>You could try statically analyze `<anything>` to determine whether the
>IF branch could ever be taken. For example there is no path through
>the "inscription script" that would result in all the crap being dropped
>by the end of the script, violating the CLEANSTACK rule.
>This sort of filtering, assuming it could be reliably and efficiently
>done, would at least force inscription scripts to be "plausible", and
>would greatly increase their space cost by e.g. requiring OP_DROP to be
>added somewhere hundreds of times.

"greatly increase their space cost"?

Tell me, what is the actual % increase to adding OP_DROPs like you propose?
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