greenhouse gasses could be trapped in rock

Canada
November 8, 2008 8:54am CST
I just read an article that indicates that they may be able to use a certain type of rock to trap carbon dioxide. That is great. Gaia defends herself where she can. I just hope that it does not become too expensive, that people don't hoard the technology. I hope they share it with everyone so that we lessen our impact on the earth. But will people change their habits if this solution flies? ca.news.yahoo.com/s/reuters/081107/science/science_us_climate_rocks
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@rsa101 (22768)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
Wow a rock can trapped greenhouse gases? That is another new idea how it will truly trap the gas into it. I hope we have many of that rock so that we can start using it to at least clean the air with it. The only thing I know right now is Forest that could absorb most of it and exchange it with oxygen. I think that is ewnough if people would minimize clearing of virgin forest but I think some just don't like to follow.