DailyDirt: Reducing Carbon Dioxide

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Filed Under: atmospheric pollution, carbon dioxide, cement, climate change, co2, concrete, energy, greenhouse gas, hydrogen economy, methane cracking
Companies: calera, carbon sciences


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  1. identicon
    Anonymous Coward, 8 Dec 2015 @ 5:25am

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    Ok - so what is the difference between "burn" and "explosion" ?

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