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« Nanobots As Fuel-Air Explosives? | Main | Reader's-Eye View of Nanotechnology Economics »

July 24, 2007

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chitra

good

Note that just because something produces CO2, doesn't mean it adds to the CO2 load in the net. If the diamond fuel were made from fossil fuels, yes. But if it's made from plant matter, or from CO2 collected from the exhaust of existing fossil fuel power plants, there's no net increase of CO2.

Tom Craver

That was me - there really should be a check to ask if a poster intended to leave the name field blank...

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