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Luke72

Premium Platinum
Aug 21, 2012
3,820
7,743
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Reminds me of the old joke, he will get to heaven and say to God “I was always faithful and good, why was life so tough? Couldn’t you have helped more for all my years of faith?”

And God will reply “well I delivered $43k to your house, enough to set you up for the rest of your life, and YOU gave it away!”
 

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DarwinRoo

Brownlow Medallist
Mar 10, 2007
22,922
9,501
Darwin
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Other Teams
South Dragons, Storm.

Snake_Baker

L'enfant terrible
Apr 24, 2013
66,075
124,595
inside your head
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Other Teams
The Unicornia Reactants
5 legends today.

The Haber-Bosch process produces~ 1.6 % of the world’s annual CO2 emissions (and 180,000,000 tonnes of very useful NH3).

It has just been made extinct..............by...........


 

Snake_Baker

L'enfant terrible
Apr 24, 2013
66,075
124,595
inside your head
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Other Teams
The Unicornia Reactants
Break it down in laymen terms for me please teff
The process that makes basically all of of our ammonia and fertilizer produces ~420 ,000,000 tonnes of CO2 annually, and has just been made redundant by a new process that makes the same stuff via solar power, water and air.

It's a ****ing HUGE moment in science. Basically all of that CO2 will no longer be produced.
 

Val Keating

Norm Smith Medallist
Dec 27, 2017
9,384
20,220
AFL Club
North Melbourne
The process that makes basically all of of our ammonia and fertilizer produces ~420 ,000,000 tonnes of CO2 annually, and has just been made redundant by a new process that makes the same stuff via solar power, water and air.

It's a ****ing HUGE moment in science. Basically all of that CO2 will no longer be produced.

sh*t That is big. How long do you think it will take for it to get off the ground and take over the current method? Hopefully it’s not one of those breakthroughs that are better for the planet but costs more to use so companies just stick to making more money anyway
 

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