Thursday, August 29, 2013

Michael Ricciardi — Swedish Engineers Invent ‘Nano Gas’ That ‘Instantly Neutralizes’ Carbon Pollution (via Planetsave)

Swedish Engineers Invent ‘Nano Gas’ That ‘Instantly Neutralizes’ Carbon Pollution (via Planetsave)
The old saying “fighting fire with fire” may be true or not depending upon the situation, but if someone told you the best way to fight (carbon-based) gas is with another gas, you might raise a skeptical eyebrow or two. But that’s exactly what…


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Roger Erickson said...
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Roger Erickson said...

That's nothing. Financial crooks have bribed the brightest engineers, mathematicians and engineers worldwide to help them loot the Middle Class - every which way from Sunday!

tools (Demand Leakages)

tactics (swampin us w deranged marketing)

strategy (political ops running circles around sane currency ops)

policy (diverted)

goals (derailed)

desired outcomes (hijacking ours, to theirs)

If we don't coordinate responses everywhere, we may as well not bother anywhere.

ps: the best defense is a good offense?

Roger Erickson said...

Snowden fought the battle of NSA, NSA, NSA

Snowden fought the battle of NSA,
and the firewalls came tumbling down

Blow your whistle, Snowden!

Others too
http://govwhistleblower.wordpress.com/

Bob said...

This is not a carbon sequestration process. Cleaning up combustion does not eliminate CO2. Those pesky carbon atoms have to go somewhere, and if you don't want them to end up released as a gas, they have to be 'captured' in some fashion.

CH4 + 2O2 = 2H2O + CO2

The above reaction for methane can be extended to other hydrocarbon molecules. You can even use sugar.
In real life there are impurities in the fuel and nitrogen alongside oxygen.

Roger Erickson said...

True, Bob;
it seems to oxidizes supposedly more potent carbon chains to supposedly less potent CO2

doesn't sequester carbon,

instead, it alters the spectrum of carbon-chain lengths

sort of like QE for greenhouse gases? :(

Tom Bergbusch said...

Combined with putting carbon back into the soil of grasslands, it should be an effective tool. See:

Tony Lovell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wgmssrVInP0

And Ichsani Wheeler
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhSggAFw7TU