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Why a carbon pipeline if we are going electric?
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NE Ridger
Posted 3/18/2023 13:35 (#10146393 - in reply to #10146181)
Subject: Please read what I wrote.


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Newguy - 3/18/2023 10:59

NE Ridger - 3/18/2023 09:59

Newguy - 3/18/2023 09:15

Because ethanol wants to sell to Kalifornia. And kali won’t buy ethanol unless it shoves carbon into a hole instead of letting corn plants use it to breathe to make more bushels per acre which then produces more ethanol per acre…….


It’s science *




There's enough coal being burned to more than replace all the carbon that gets shoved in the ground! Let alone the natural gas and petroleum products.

There are reasons for being against these pipelines, but that's not one of them. You're setting up a strawman for the other side to ridicule.



So you’re saying plants prefer less co2? And cooler weather?

Help a straw man out, I’m here to learn.


There is no chance whatsoever that the proposed carbon pipelines will reduce atmospheric CO2 levels. None. All that they can actually do is to slow the rate of increase.

I often do think it's a better idea to walk up a hill instead of running. That doesn't mean that I prefer to go downhill.
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