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The Bottleneck Years by H.E. Taylor Chapter 51 Table of Contents Chapter 53 Chapter 52 Ecology 550 – Group 5 Overview, March 8, 2057 Notes on a lecture. Spring term was near the half way point and Ecology 550 was ahead of schedule. I had been fielding a lot of questions about Group 5, so…

Geoengineering is getting more and more attention in political discussions as well as research. I am by no means a proponent of any geoengineering scheme I have heard of and the majority of them try to address surface temperature only and therefore do nothing about “the other CO2 problem”, aka ocean acidification. I must confess…

Turn CO2 into Rock

As the CO2 in the atmosphere continues to climb, already at a dangerous level, and the argument about doing something about it seems to have only just begun in the power circles, I fear that actively removing it is rapidly becoming an imperative. But is this doable?

The New Age

The following article is a guest post by H. E. Taylor, who you might recognize as the one who graciously provides us with the weekly GW news roundups. Enjoy! The New Age An Argument for Geo-engineering If you study civilizations of the past which have collapsed [1, 2, 3, 4], a curious fact emerges. Look…