Author Topic: Technical Solutions - CO2 Removal  (Read 680 times)

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Offline TimG

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Re: Technical Solutions - CO2 Removal
« Reply #45 on: December 07, 2017, 07:54:45 pm »
I see you didn't bother to read the article I linked.
Skeptical Science is a propaganda blog. Nothing it says about the state of the science can be taken as accurate. The Cook paper referenced in the link is a pathetic joke that should have never passed peer review.

the scientists educate the engineers on what needs to be achieved and let them then use their knowledge to effect it.
Sure - scientists can say that CO2 needs to be reduced and when the engineers say it can't be done with the currently available technology at a cost that people would be willing to pay then that should be the end of the discussion. The opinion of climate scientists on what we should do is still completely irrelevant.

you can determine something is wrong but you're not mechanically inclined, so what would YOU do? Pull into a garage and let a mechanic fix the problem.
And if the mechanic says it is problem that might be a serious concern in 10 years but you can pay $5000 to rebuild the engine to fix it now or simply keep driving and hope for the best. What would you do?