The blueprint for the CO2 ‘scrubber’ raises
the prospect of a generation of machines which would help reduce the
billions of tonnes of greenhouse gases being pumped into the atmosphere
by the use of fossil fuels….
The prototype, being built at a laboratory in Tucson, Arizona,
by a company called Global Research Technologies, will cost about £100,000 and take about two years to construct.
devices – each nearly the size of a shipping container – would have to
be produced in their millions to soak up human carbon emissions.
The idea is bound to be controversial, with environmentalists seeing
so-called technological solutions to global warming as undermining
attempts to promote greener lifestyles and industries.
Don’t you understand!? We don’t care about CO2. It is just a convenient cover for the socialist wealth reduction policies we really want. If we found a way to produce wealth and energy without CO2, then we would have to find a new Trojan Horse issue. That is why we oppose nuclear power, and will find something wrong with solar and wind power when they become economic.