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Carbon Dioxide: The Newest Form of Renewable Energy'
 
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Category  Environmental
Poster  N_Fiddledog
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Date  2019-03-06 08:26:22

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  • Freakinoldguy: Is this what they call alchemy because if it is then they've finally turned lead into gold by creating the environmental equivalent of the perpetual motion machine. :wink:

    Okay, so if I've got this straight the claim is that you dig up coal, burn it to make energy, then capture the CO2 and turn it back into coal. If true we now have basically an unending supply of coal.

    The Chinese ought to be ecstatic. :P
  • BeaverFever: I didnít read the article because all anyone needs to know about the source is:

    The New American (TNA) is a print magazine published twice a month by American Opinion Publishing Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the John Birch Society, a far-right organization.
  • CDN_PATRIOT: "ButthurtFever" said
    I didnít read the article because all anyone needs to know about the source is: if Justin Trudeau didn't say it then IT'S NOT TRUE DAMMIT!!!!!


    Fixed for accuracy :mrgreen:



    -J.
  • BeaverFever: "CDN_PATRIOT" said
    I didnít read the article because all anyone needs to know about the source is: if Justin Trudeau didn't say it then IT'S NOT TRUE DAMMIT!!!!!


    Fixed for accuracy :mrgreen:



    -J.

    Another quality post. Have you been taking debating lessons?

    :roll:
  • N_Fiddledog: "BeaverFever" said
    I didnít read the article because all anyone needs to know about the source is:

    The New American (TNA) is a print magazine published twice a month by American Opinion Publishing Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the John Birch Society, a far-right organization.


    Actually I heard about this process at the scientific journal, Nature - here:

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-08824-8

    Seemed interesting so I thought I'd post it here, but then I thought, 'no...gotta find someplace that has it dumbed down so people like Beave can enjoy it too.'

    Although, ya know...the magazine might have it sounding a little too much like a perpetual motion machine but I've seen these save the world technologies presented here as news many times before. Could this one be the one that works? Dunno. Worth presenting it for consideration though. Just like all those other ones we've since forgotten about that came before it.

    But think about it...it wasn't journalistic integrity that sent Beave rushing to Wikipedia. What was it then, we might ask?

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