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Msg  63271 of 64900  at  11/24/2022 10:13:05 AM  by

Bertie_Wooster

The following message was updated on 11/24/2022 10:15:04 AM.

Re: Also Not A Scientist

>As the self proclaimed climate expert on this message board, I do not find it
>credible that you know nothing about carbon capture. Here is a link
>regarding some of the industry's activity.

You're right. I do know a lot about it. I know it isn't feasible in the medium term because it requires too much energy to make a difference. Plus, assuming we can remove the CO2 we add to the atmosphere with the same amount of energy that we burn adding the CO2 to the atmosphere, that means we would be expending twice the amount of energy just to keep burning fossil fuels, when we don't have to do it that way.

So why do you want to double the amount of energy we use just to keep driving gasoline cars?

Furthermore, your article says carbon capture is only part of the solution, but you have proposed it as the complete solution. What do you base that on? Wha knowledge do you have that suggests carbon capture can be the complete solution, since you have proposed it?


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