Category Archives: Carbon capture

Why carbon dioxide sequestration is Alice in Wonderland stuff for greenies and bureaucrats

Here’s WY300, a regular poster here at JS–comes from cowboy country.

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Carbon sequestration is a dead duck–it’s way too nasty and costly

This proposal that was greeted with much enthusiasm, is now revealed to be what it always was–STUPID AND EXPENSIVE BEYOND ANY REASONABLE PRACTICALITY, OR EXCUSE.
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Blame the lawyers?

Could the Clean Power Plan fail because of a legal technicality such as not having a demonstrated CCS technology?  Continue reading

Another CCS problem in addition to the expense?

A new study shows CCS may not be as effective as thought.  Continue reading

Carbon sequestration project meets milestone

The Illinois Basin-Decatur Project (IBDP) makes a big PR splash on sequestering 1 million metric tons of CO2.  Continue reading

Daily Mail discusses tropical forest dependence on CO2

We all know that tropical forests need carbon dioxide. And do better with more all the way to 2000 PPM

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Revisiting the scare about carbon pollution–yes, ninny, you exhale CO2 at 40,000 PPM

In the ambient air CO2 (carbon dioxide, a non toxic, invisible odorless gas) is around 400 PPM by volume, which is 0.04% by volume.

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