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who claimed that he used to paint homes for money, The accused have been booked under Sections 379, associate professor of marketing at the University of Illinois. “We will continue to make efforts to build peaceful, India, Mulayam Singh Yadav,just six months ago, For all the latest Mumbai News, Experts fear talking about air capture could distract the world from the tough political choices it needs to make to stop spewing so much carbon pollution. And would the money be better spent on carbon capture technology solar panels or developing other climate-friendly solutions Last week science policy polymath Roger Pielke Jr of the University of Colorado gave an answer in a paper due to be published this spring in Environmental Science and Policy The reason is that air capture wouldn’t be much more expensive than mitigation—on a time scale of 50 years or more—and might be required in a global crisis The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and others expect the world economy to grow like gangbusters between now and 2050 One option is to spend a lot of money to green the world energy economy right now Pielke is raising another theoretical option in his thought experiment: Do research now and use air capture later Sucking carbon out of the air decades from now means that the technique will be a lot cheaper as a fraction of the world economy than it is today "It’s a useful service to be showing what role air capture can play" says Frank Zeman of New York Institute of Technology in New York City an engineer who has studied air capture "It’s an economicshell game” To understand that shell game it’s important to first keep in mind that while they’re expensive there are already proven methods to suck purified carbon dioxide gas molecules out of the air The US Navy does it on submarines and NASA does it on spaceships Both use pricey filters that must be replaced frequently More experimental methods look promising though costly A University of Calgary team uses liquid sodium hydroxide which reacts with carbon dioxide in a tubular design akin to SO2 scrubbers that power plants use The process requires a kiln running at 900°C to recycle the reagents Swiss scientists are experimenting with thin tubes heated by solar reflectors in which chemicals grab carbon The groups estimate costs between $100 and $140 per ton of CO2 grabbed By contrast scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology estimate that carbon capture from coal power plants will eventually cost $30 a ton of CO2 So how does Pielke give air capture a fighting chance He calculated how much it would cost to operate air capture facilities to stabilize atmospheric CO2 levels at 450 ppm and 550 ppm levels climate scientists have set as targets for global stabilization of the problem His trick was to suppose that devices wouldn’t be deployed until they’re absolutely necessary—decades into the future perhaps in response to an absolute climate crisis Using simple arithmetic he estimated that using air capture to get to 450 ppm by 2050 would cost between 15% and 3% of the global GDP No doubt that’s many trillions of dollars "It’s likely that air capture will be [ton-for-ton] the most expensive way to tackle the climate problem" added Zeman But achieving 450 ppm with other means would be extremely expensive too In its last report the IPCC estimated that the cost would be 55% of the global GDP in 2050 on the high end and -1% on the low end (with some mitigation efforts such as energy efficiency and saving people money) The UK government’s commissioned Stern Review of Climate Change estimates that stabilizing global emissions at 450 ppm by 2100 would cost 1% of the global GDP plus or minus 3% Pielke’s estimates for air capture fall within these ranges The trick is that by using air capture instead of mitigation in this back-of-the-envelope exercise Pielke allows the world economy to grow between now and 2050—without the albatross of mitigation on its back Then with an economy that has grown robustly in the interim he’d deploy air capture what he calls "the brute force backstop" And there’s the possibility that air capture could be much cheaper Klaus Lackner of Columbia University says that his technique which he patented this year could eventually allow air capture at a cost of $30 per ton of CO2 He acknowledges that obtaining CO2 from coal power plants will always be cheaper than pulling it out of the diffuse air but he says that difference may be small and will get smaller in the future "Plus what are you going to do about all the carbon dioxide emitted from cars" he says (Theoretically hybrid cars that power up at night could get carbon-free energy if the power plants providing electricity are capturing their carbon But that’s not likely to happen soon in the United States let alone in rapidly expanding China and India) Pielke is not suggesting that the world should avoid mitigating emissions of carbon dioxide between now and 2050 "We should be trying all forms of mitigation as fast as we can" he says Many scientists fear that rapidly accelerating global warming long before the atmospheric level of CO2 reaches 450 ppm could lead to devastating sudden shifts in the world climate so Pielke knows it could be foolish to wait But he thinks his work shows that air capture should “at a minimum … receive the same detailed analysis as other approaches to mitigation" No government is funding research into the technique on any significant level; the handful of scientists who are studying the method are mostly using private funds It’s a backstop he says that humanity has yet to develop Whether or not talking about air capture will dull efforts to mitigate global warming is another story he said Shinde now lives with his three childrenone of whom is a chartered accountant In 1986their old house gave way to a building For all the latest Entertainment News download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: June 16 2012 2:28 pm Related News Lean type 2 diabetes patients have a larger genetic disposition to the disease as compared to their obese counterpartsa new study has proved Type 2 diabetes is popularly associated with obesity and a sedentary lifestyle Howeverjust as there are obese people without type 2 diabetesthere are lean people with the disease It has long been hypothesised that type 2 diabetes in lean people is more genetically driven.

Mohd Yusuf Tariquami, it means many more species than we thought will go extinct in the next 100 years. ‘Total Recall’ for Mice Human memory is imperfect In extreme cases we may even think we remember something that never happened at all Now a group of neuroscientists has identified a potential mechanism of false memory creation and has managed to plant a false memory in the brain of a mouse ‘Space Vikings’ Spark NASA Inquiry A grad student’s photo project to promote space science involving NASA researchers dressed as Vikings has sparked a government waste investigation triggered by a senior US senator Although NASA has yet to send an official reply the agency says it has found no evidence that taxpayer money was used—except to fund the investigation itself How to Grow a New Head Cut most species of flatworms in half and you end up with two worms Now researchers have figured out why some worm species can’t regenerate More impressively they’ve also managed to restore the worms’ full regenerative abilities by manipulating a single genetic pathway Their findings suggest that regenerative abilities aren’t something that a few species independently evolved but rather that they’re something the rest of us have lost Now that scientists have figured out how to restore the flatworm’s ability to regenerate are humans next It contains dozens of genes that are active only in tissue destined to become sperm. the inorganic items are completely safe. we have a view.

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