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October 15, 2020 16:39

We can also use our knowledge of science to develop better ways to deliver energy and to also better control how much energy we use. Imagine something as simple as a sensor installed in all our taps so that it would beep when the desired water temperature was reached.

October 15, 2020 16:39

We can also use our knowledge of science to develop better ways to deliver energy and to also better control how much energy we use. Imagine something as simple as a sensor installed in all our taps so that it would beep when the desired water temperature was reached.

Comment on: Tonray
October 15, 2020 16:39

We can also use our knowledge of science to develop better ways to deliver energy and to also better control how much energy we use. Imagine something as simple as a sensor installed in all our taps so that it would beep when the desired water temperature was reached.

October 15, 2020 16:39

We can also use our knowledge of science to develop better ways to deliver energy and to also better control how much energy we use. Imagine something as simple as a sensor installed in all our taps so that it would beep when the desired water temperature was reached.

October 15, 2020 16:39

Although EcoFuels is not yet scalable for practical use, the technology that it depends on, such as capturing carbon from the atmosphere and converting carbon dioxide into a synthetic fuel using the Fischer-Tropsch process,

October 15, 2020 16:39

, already exist. As part of this process, I also researched other technological innovations into cleaner fuels. I learnt that we have the knowledge to use algae to create bio-fuels, and that this fuel can even be used for jet engines!

Comment on: Tonray
October 15, 2020 16:36

Although EcoFuels is not yet scalable for practical use, the technology that it depends on, such as capturing carbon from the atmosphere and converting carbon dioxide into a synthetic fuel using the Fischer-Tropsch process,

October 15, 2020 16:36

Although EcoFuels is not yet scalable for practical use, the technology that it depends on, such as capturing carbon from the atmosphere and converting carbon dioxide into a synthetic fuel using the Fischer-Tropsch process,

October 15, 2020 16:36

Although EcoFuels is not yet scalable for practical use, the technology that it depends on, such as capturing carbon from the atmosphere and converting carbon dioxide into a synthetic fuel using the Fischer-Tropsch process,

Comment on: Tonray
October 15, 2020 16:35

morphing it into a synthetic fuel using a catalyzed chemical reaction. EcoFuels is notfundable for large regions, such as the whole of New York, but small cities around the world could depend on it.