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  1. 04 Sep '14 09:51
    http://phys.org/news/2014-09-greenhouse-gases-advanced-membranes.html

    “because it is affordable and long-lasting, our polymer could potentially cut the cost of capturing carbon dioxide by as much as 1000 times."

    Although carbon capture is not the long term solution because only going 100% renewable is the long term solution, I hope that a cost-effective methods for carbon capture like this one will be developed that will buy us precious time in the medium run.
  2. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    04 Sep '14 11:02
    Originally posted by humy
    http://phys.org/news/2014-09-greenhouse-gases-advanced-membranes.html

    “because it is affordable and long-lasting, our polymer could potentially cut the cost of capturing carbon dioxide by as much as 1000 times."

    Although carbon capture is not the long term solution because only going 100% renewable is the long term solution, I hope that a cost-effective m ...[text shortened]... carbon capture like this one will be developed that will buy us precious time in the medium run.
    Even 1000 times cheaper means a massive effort to get rid of billions of tons of CO2. It all boils down to political will to do it.