Friday, December 02, 2011

Geosequestration That Might Work :)

Normally geosequestration refers to the condensing, compressing and burying underground of greenhouse emissions from fossil fuel based power stations (and crossing our fingers that they stay down there). There are a number of questions about it - not least of which is why would we bother when renewables would be cheaper than that whole process.

So it amused me to see a different suggestion of how we could bury something if we want to reduce our pollution :)


Laura said...

ha ha! Thanks for the explanation! Otherwise I would have been left scratching my head. :)

david said...

No worries. I'm glad i wrote that now. It'd be a shame to waste such a good cartoon :)