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Old Posted May 25, 2019, 2:37 PM
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I'm starting to think carbon capture is the only way to reduce global CO2 concentrations, after all it's obvious we are not going to reduce emissions enough, and if we put all our eggs in that basket we are doomed to failure.

But the question always has to be asked - how do we pay for it? The 'no carbon tax, technology will save us!' people are always silent on this, but without a financial disincentive to produce CO2 or an incentive to capture it, carbon capture will never be financially sustainable. Unless someone manages to make it so cheap that they can sell liquid captured hydrocarbon cheaper than fossil fuels.
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