Does anyone have a carbon dioxide to oxygen converter, using plant life based technology, I can use to reverse global warming?
- anandLv 55 months ago
You have a built-in oxygen to hydrogen sulphide converter. Use it judiciously.
- ElizabethLv 75 months ago
Not one based on plant life ... but I do have giant metal plates I'm installing over the globe. Once they are charged up they'll rip air molecules apart into single ions so I'll break apart CO2. Unfortunately the electric fields will also explode 73% of life on earth and generate massive amounts of hydrogen gas from the oceans, which will probably ignite to incinerate the planet. Then the plates will create a negative curvature of space time between them, the energy density so high that I'll create a black hole which'll pull material off the sun, and generate gamma ray bursts that'll destroy any other life in the galaxy. Or so my plan goes ...
- Anonymous5 months ago
Hmm, that’s a tough one.
But how could the government possibly find such a thing?
- 5 months ago
No. Global warming is a fallacy. We have no where near enough data to conclusively state that the Earth is warming up any faster than it should be or cooling for that matter. We are doing everything we can now based on the technology we have to utilize less fossil fuel and reduce pollution. We can't make electric cars any faster than we are now. However, where do we get the electricity to power the electric cars? By burning fuel to make electricity. We are developing more advanced solar cells every day and one day we will begin to see a shift in pollution levels in our environment. Relax, we are making advances and there are more important things to worry about than global climate change. Either that, or go back to school and become a environmental engineer and make positive change. Good luck.
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- TruthLv 75 months ago
yes. they are called plants
- SagebrushLv 75 months ago
We really don't need one. Don't mess with life's cycle. Let us say that we reduced the CO2 level. It is a fact that plants would not be as productive. No one has scientifically proven that CO2 has any meaningful impact on the earth's temperature. Greenhouse operators induce levels of CO2 to 19 times the normal with great results in productivity. So BEFORE you go messing with normal operations, consider the negative results. Theory has it that if the CO2 level would fall below 170 PPM most plant life would die. I wouldn't suggest experimenting with that. Our Creator designed this earth and he knows more about which levels of each element is good for the earth, much better than any man. Take for example, the outlawing or banning of plastic straws, one lady tripped and fell on a metal straw and it killed her. Thank you greenies. Environmentalist's solutions are horrible and obviously death-dealing. I personally don't trust environmentalist solutions as in the past they have caused mass starvation, plagues and even death.
- CowboyLv 65 months ago
you have a few trillion metric tons to deal with - better get started!!
- it is iLv 55 months ago
You can come dig the weeds out of my lawn and use them.
- vulcan_alexLv 75 months ago
Yes it is called a sustainable forest, they have them in may places.
- JimZLv 75 months ago
"Photo" synthesis does it using the power of the sun. Leaves are like little solar panels in that regard. Plants take light and use it to convert CO2 and water to form food. It does take land so if you have soil and water and sun you can convert some CO2 but then you will have a lot of plant matter that you'll have to do something with. If it rots or is eaten, it goes right back to the atmosphere eventually. I don't have my CO2 converter handy since it is at home in my garden but I did take my O2 converter with me today. I'm actually producing CO2 as I type.