Recycling CO₂ in U.S. Navy with SMR (Small Modular Reactors) – Don Larson

Recycling CO₂ in U.S. Navy with SMR (Small Modular Reactors) – Don Larson

The topic today is small modular reactors and recycling carbon dioxide in the US Navy. I really want to hit on this one. We’re not talking about abating carbon dioxide. I’m not talking about reducing carbon dioxide. Let’s recycle CO2 and let’s use it over and over again. Small modular reactors actually are a realityRead More Recycling CO₂ in U.S. Navy with SMR (Small Modular Reactors) – Don Larson

The Crazy Plan to Capture and Store CO2 Under the Ocean

The Crazy Plan to Capture and Store CO2 Under the Ocean

CO2 is created by every living thing on the planet, but also by burning fossil fuels, which is causing global warming… So, what if we just trapped it all under the ocean? That’d work, right? Howdy oxygenators, Trace here for DNews. Every breath you take, you’ll be exhaling CO2. In fact, each exhale contains 100Read More The Crazy Plan to Capture and Store CO2 Under the Ocean

The Secret Life of Plankton

The Secret Life of Plankton

[Stories from the Sea] [Fish Tale My Secret Life as Plankton] How did I get here? Well, it’s a stranger story than you might think. I came from a world of drifters, a place few humans have ever seen. The world of plankton. I came from a batch of a million eggs, and only aRead More The Secret Life of Plankton

The Ocean Takes a Deep Breath

The Ocean Takes a Deep Breath

Breathing brings oxygen into the body carbon dioxide is released as you exhale the ocean also exchanges gases with the atmosphere. The two most important gases exchanged are oxygen and carbon dioxide there are only a few places in the world’s oceans where these gases are inhaled so deeply that they remain for tens, hundredsRead More The Ocean Takes a Deep Breath

Why It’s So Hard to Capture CO2 From the Air

Why It’s So Hard to Capture CO2 From the Air

The Earth’s climate is shifting, and it’s our fault. Not Seeker, specifically, I mean humans in general. We’re digging up and burning sources of carbon that otherwise would have been locked away within the Earth, adding it to our atmosphere and driving average global temperatures up. So why don’t we take the carbon from theRead More Why It’s So Hard to Capture CO2 From the Air

What Is Ocean Acidification? | A Cartoon Crash Course

What Is Ocean Acidification? | A Cartoon Crash Course

Invisible force invades world, slowly dissolving residents! Sounds like science fiction. Actually, it’s science nonfiction – otherwise known as reality – and it’s happening in our oceans right now. “It” is ocean acidification. “Huh?” The oceans absorbs about a third of the carbon dioxide that spews forth from our cars, power plants, factories and airplanes.Read More What Is Ocean Acidification? | A Cartoon Crash Course

There’s A Car That’s Powered By Salt Water!

There’s A Car That’s Powered By Salt Water!

What’s your dream car? Something fast? Sleek? Fuel efficient? Mine is all those, and it runs on saltwater. Sound ridiculous? Well my dream car may be closer to reality than you think. Hello gearheads and geeks alike, I’m Julian for DNews and I have a tasty treat for both of you. The car is unquestionablyRead More There’s A Car That’s Powered By Salt Water!

There’s Plenty of Drinking Water on Mars | BEST OF 2015

There’s Plenty of Drinking Water on Mars | BEST OF 2015

There is a lot of water on Mars and there once was a lot of surface flowing water. You don’t see it because most of it is mixed with the soil which we call regolith on Mars. So the Martian soil can be anywhere from as little as one percent in some very dry desertyRead More There’s Plenty of Drinking Water on Mars | BEST OF 2015