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A sponge to soak up CO2 is in the works - Energy Factor

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A sponge to soak up CO2 is in the works - Energy Factor

Mosaic Materials has progressed research on a unique process that uses porous solids, known as metal-organic frameworks, to separate carbon dioxide from air or flue gas. The agreement with ExxonMobil will enable further discussion between the two companies to evaluate opportunities for industrial uses of the technology at scale.
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Fascinatin'! The path of human progress is fraught with setups; problems we make, and then solve. Some would call it "sucking around for a fat lip", but I think we can't help it. We have to break it before we can fix it, like raucous children we blunder our way forward, but our aim is pure: to understand.

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Most iinteresting article and demo. Thanks, even though I hate more homework!

Submitted on Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019 at 5:38:01 PM

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NOW. If these smart people in Berkeley can come up with a similar device for methane, we can strap them on the heinies of all the thousands of cattle that will soon inhabit the burnt out Amazon rainforests. Then we, wayward human children that we are, will go forth; eat hamburgers; and multiply.

Aaw, I'm just playing cynic-comedian here, cuz I'm in that sort of mood. I always read the inventive news you share, Molly, and this one sounds promising. Sadly, I'm not scientific enough to do the kind of homework Daniel will be doing in his 'spare time'. (I'm only a comedian)

I love your optimism and your foot-down refusal to condemn mankind for the goof-ups. I agree that we were made to solve problems. We love it, actually. Like you, I hope we can catch up to the goofs. In a long, long while, I think we will.

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