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PeaceForever Donating Member (229 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-25-04 10:40 AM
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Why can't we physically reduce CO2 in the atmosphere?
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When I was in high school chemistry class, we learned a procedure in lab to convert carbon dioxide into oxygen and solid carbon.

Why can't this procedure be done on a grand scale? If we can reduce the carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, it will ease global warming.
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