Tag Archives: carbon dioxide

Hydrogen Power from Sewage?

MOST was intrigued by an article with the headline “Flush, then fill up: Japan taps sewage to fuel hydrogen-powered cars” from this Sunday’s Los Angeles Times.  As MOST Subscribers realize, MOST knows his … sewage!  And energy and the environment …
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Global Warming and the Oceans

Longtime Subscribers to MOST know where we stand on this issue: we’re “Deniers.”  At least that’s what the folks on the other side of the issue label us.  We prefer to call ourselves “scientists.”  But what better way to kick …
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Global Warming Update

Long-time readers here at MOST know our position on the global warming issue; we have not changed our mind.  But there are a few recent stories out that seem to support our position, and we thought we might share them …
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Carbon Dioxide and Ocean Chemistry

We have tried to avoid any more posts related to human-caused global warming; long-time Subscribers know our position on this topic.  But this past Sunday’s Los Angeles Times provides us with a chance both to revisit this topic and to …
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Global Warming … Again

If you do a site search here at MOST, you will find that, apart from water system operations topics, no topic comes up as much as global warming.  I haven’t posted lately on this topic, but those of you who …
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Volcano!

Lots to write about today, but very little time – and I have been absent since Monday. Perhaps I will have to get something out over the weekend. The big news that I want to address is the Iceland volcanic …
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The Carbon Cycle

Yesterday, we got a quick look at organic chemistry, and identified several different substances that contain carbon. These include carbon by itself – as an element – carbon dioxide (CO2), and biomolecules (carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.) fast cash 4 homes …
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The Wonderful World of Carbon

Unlike laws made by humans, the laws of nature cannot be broken – not even by Al Gore. We have discovered many natural laws, among them the law of conservation of matter. This law states that matter cannot be created …
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Death to the Respirators!

Do you want the Earth to be destroyed? Does anyone? Really? Is there one single sane person on this planet that really, really wants to destroy the Earth? Of course not. But that’s not how the debate on global warming …
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Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain!

Remember that great line from “The Wizard of Oz”?  Toto had pulled back the curtain, revealing the “wizard” for what he was: a fraud.  With the recent revelations about data manipulation and loss from some of the key scientists involved …
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Science and Soda Pop

  I can’t let the closing of the conference in Copenhagen pass without some comments on global warming.So let’s take a quick look at an important property of that “evil” substance, carbon dioxide: solubility.Time for an experiment! Take a can …
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