|Do you think Marxists in America will gain power and rocket CO2 into space15-02-2019 00:06|
|Tai Hai Chen★★★★☆
|while bankrupting America with socialist policies like USSR, East Germany, former socialist Afghanistan, North Korea, Cuba, Venezuela, former socialist South Yemen?|
For starters, we'd need something like 250,000 such sky vacuums to remove just 1 percent of our carbon emissions
Edited on 15-02-2019 00:07
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
It does seem odd that Marxism was supposed to protect people and instead turned their entire cultures into slaves. Marx had no experience with this since he wrote his imaginative works living in London on his fathers fortune.
What is it that is in the minds of people who think that after the hundreds of millions of people that Marxism murdered, that it was just never done correctly? That somehow human nature would change and giving power to an oligarchy would make them kinder and gentler to you if you thought that you weren't getting your fair share?
Looking closely at that site I didn't see any mention of the amount of power per ton of CO2 removed the system would use. What do you want to bet that since these things are not very efficient that it would generate more CO2 than it removed?
|Into the Night★★★★★
Wake wrote:Tai Hai Chen wrote:
Depends on how you power such a device (if you could actually build one). Nuclear power, for example, produces no CO2.
Why suck CO2 out of the atmosphere at all? It doesn't cause any problems.
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