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Lindacooks Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Aug-08-06 02:35 PM
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2. That's interesting, but aren't these large-scale changes
riddled with potential problems?

Like if Halliburton gets the contract and they botch the whole thing?
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  - Sea-bed plan to store carbon paparush  Aug-08-06 02:18 PM   #0 
  - CO2 pipelines?  ramapo   Aug-08-06 02:23 PM   #1 
  - That's interesting, but aren't these large-scale changes  Lindacooks   Aug-08-06 02:35 PM   #2 
  - It has been done for 30 to 40 years  cosmik debris   Aug-08-06 02:41 PM   #3 
  - Dissolving that much CO2 in the oceans will fucking kill them.  phantom power   Aug-08-06 02:44 PM   #4 
  - Theyr'e not talking about pumping into the ocean, but under the earth's  paparush   Aug-08-06 04:26 PM   #7 
     - I note that they say "in the sediment," not "under the earth's crust."  phantom power   Aug-09-06 09:35 AM   #8 
     - And here's another thing that bugs me about this...  phantom power   Aug-09-06 09:41 AM   #9 
  - Ranks right up there with disposing nuclear wastes in subduction zones.  hunter   Aug-08-06 03:22 PM   #5 
  - "C02... might harm marine ecosystems."  Dead_Parrot   Aug-08-06 03:45 PM   #6 
 

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