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Scientists discover method - reduce steelmaking CO2 by 90%

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Diddnt know I was worried about co2 emissions. In the world of growing under water plants, a lot of us buy co2 canisters to inject co2 so the plants grow faster.
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WyoJon wrote:
Sat Jan 28, 2023 7:19 am
Diddnt know I was worried about co2 emissions. In the world of growing under water plants, a lot of us buy co2 canisters to inject co2 so the plants grow faster.
Bingo 110% right.
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I know, but the wisdom of many is that CO2 needs to be controlled.

I suppose if we want to have the least effect on the planet, that would be a good thing right?
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Health is important. Health of the planet too. People that do not care, well they do not care. I care and I think if steel can be produced with less pollution, or harm to the planet, then that is a good thing. If we could suck the co2 out of steel and let these guy grow plants with it, well good luck.

Most people that do not care about the heath of the planet are the kind of people that are not really capable of learning. Too much ego in the way. The kind of person that will ask for help, and then get help from a top industry professional, and then go on to dismiss that helpful professional as not being relevant.

I understand why some people continue to refuse to see how the climate is changing. I do not understand why people still choose to defecate where they eat. This planet still grows my food, in the ground.

It's like sanding epoxy without good ventilation and a respirator, you do not need to "care" about it, but something is going to happen to you if you do enough of it.

Don't get me wrong, I am not so excited about battery cars either. People will wake up in 150 years and say, dear god what do we do with all the pollution from batteries?

Not here to present options. Just interested in science and like to learn.
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We people in breathing convert Oxygen to Carbon Dioxide.

CO2 has many commercial application s like MIG Welding. Dry Ice.

We need CO2.👍
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Exactly the point. What you need comes from an Industrial Gas Supply company.

What the world needs is to stop releasing co2 from Permafrost, Rainforests, and Ice Shelves.

These are entirely different things. Unless you are capturing and storing your exhaled co2 to do your part.
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Anytime you can reduce carbon emissions it’s a good thing for all of us.

Much of the world's steel is currently made in coal-fired blast furnaces and its producers are coming under increasing pressure to reduce their contribution to global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions that cause climate change. The steel industry brings in revenue of about $1.6 trillion a year and represents between 7% and 9% global carbon dioxide emissions, according to the World Steel Association.
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ykspydiefan wrote:
Sat Jan 28, 2023 12:54 pm
Health is important. Health of the planet too. People that do not care, well they do not care. I care and I think if steel can be produced with less pollution, or harm to the planet, then that is a good thing. If we could suck the co2 out of steel and let these guy grow plants with it, well good luck.

Most people that do not care about the heath of the planet are the kind of people that are not really capable of learning. Too much ego in the way. The kind of person that will ask for help, and then get help from a top industry professional, and then go on to dismiss that helpful professional as not being relevant.

I understand why some people continue to refuse to see how the climate is changing. I do not understand why people still choose to defecate where they eat. This planet still grows my food, in the ground.

It's like sanding epoxy without good ventilation and a respirator, you do not need to "care" about it, but something is going to happen to you if you do enough of it.

Don't get me wrong, I am not so excited about battery cars either. People will wake up in 150 years and say, dear god what do we do with all the pollution from batteries?

Not here to present options. Just interested in science and like to learn.
Co2 makes plants grow. Its not hazardous to any life form diluted in the atmosphere.
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WyoJon wrote:
Sat Jan 28, 2023 4:22 pm
ykspydiefan wrote:
Sat Jan 28, 2023 12:54 pm
Health is important. Health of the planet too. People that do not care, well they do not care. I care and I think if steel can be produced with less pollution, or harm to the planet, then that is a good thing. If we could suck the co2 out of steel and let these guy grow plants with it, well good luck.

Most people that do not care about the heath of the planet are the kind of people that are not really capable of learning. Too much ego in the way. The kind of person that will ask for help, and then get help from a top industry professional, and then go on to dismiss that helpful professional as not being relevant.

I understand why some people continue to refuse to see how the climate is changing. I do not understand why people still choose to defecate where they eat. This planet still grows my food, in the ground.

It's like sanding epoxy without good ventilation and a respirator, you do not need to "care" about it, but something is going to happen to you if you do enough of it.

Don't get me wrong, I am not so excited about battery cars either. People will wake up in 150 years and say, dear god what do we do with all the pollution from batteries?

Not here to present options. Just interested in science and like to learn.
Co2 makes plants grow. Its not hazardous to any life form diluted in the atmosphere.


Well, were I come from, your information is taught in grade 2 elementary school. I do not feel like you are helping this thread. :yawn
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ykspydiefan wrote:
Sat Jan 28, 2023 4:55 pm
WyoJon wrote:
Sat Jan 28, 2023 4:22 pm
ykspydiefan wrote:
Sat Jan 28, 2023 12:54 pm
Health is important. Health of the planet too. People that do not care, well they do not care. I care and I think if steel can be produced with less pollution, or harm to the planet, then that is a good thing. If we could suck the co2 out of steel and let these guy grow plants with it, well good luck.

Most people that do not care about the heath of the planet are the kind of people that are not really capable of learning. Too much ego in the way. The kind of person that will ask for help, and then get help from a top industry professional, and then go on to dismiss that helpful professional as not being relevant.

I understand why some people continue to refuse to see how the climate is changing. I do not understand why people still choose to defecate where they eat. This planet still grows my food, in the ground.

It's like sanding epoxy without good ventilation and a respirator, you do not need to "care" about it, but something is going to happen to you if you do enough of it.

Don't get me wrong, I am not so excited about battery cars either. People will wake up in 150 years and say, dear god what do we do with all the pollution from batteries?

Not here to present options. Just interested in science and like to learn.
Co2 makes plants grow. Its not hazardous to any life form diluted in the atmosphere.


Well, were I come from, your information is taught in grade 2 elementary school. I do not feel like you are helping this thread. :yawn
Cool. I wish I had the luxury of going to your school. I like playing with epoxy and battery cars. My 2nd grade school only let us play with crayons and play dough. :pleading
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