United States Patent: 7807427

This dispatch will likely seem enormously cluttered and redundant; but, given the subject matter and it's open contradictions of popular concepts, and it's refutation of generally accepted and unquestioned public "knowledge", we are compelled to be as thorough and meticulous as possible.

In sum: Carbon Dioxide - - as it arises in only a very small way relative to natural sources of emission, such as the Earth's inexorable processes of planetary volcanism, from our economically essential use of Coal in the generation of abundant and truly affordable electric power - - is a valuable raw material resource.

http://www.netl.doe.gov/energy-analyses/pubs/CBTL%20Final%20Report.pdf

"“…this has been our pattern. We go from shock to trance...oil prices go up, gas prices at the pump go up, everybody goes into a flurry of activity. And then the prices go back down and suddenly we act like it's not important, and we start… filling up our SUVs again. And, as a consequence, we never make any progress. It's part of the addiction, all right…that has to be broken. Now is the time to break it.' President-elect Barack Obama, “'60 Minutes' interview, November 16, 2008."

 

United States Patent Application: 0120296092

As we try to emphasize from time to time, in the course of our reportage concerning the very real and quite practical technologies which exist for converting our abundant Coal and our, some say too abundant, Carbon Dioxide into anything, quite literally anything and everything, we now spend too many American dollars and far too many young American lives to keep ourselves supplied with from some of the more hostile regions of the world - - and from the avaricious nations of OPEC - - an economical, ready supply of Hydrogen is needed to make those Coal and CO2 conversion, hydrocarbon synthesis technologies as efficient and profitable for us as they can be.

United States Patent: 5166109

We know we've beaten it to death, but, the inorganic mineral residues left behind by our use of the carbon content in Coal, for whatever purpose, constitute a valuable resource.

As we documented, for just one example, in our report of:

United States Patent: 7794969

As we've previously stated, we prefer, in the course of our reportage on the very real potentials for the productive utilization of our vast and renewable Carbon Dioxide natural resource, to focus on the numerous technologies that are becoming available for the direct, chemical conversion of CO2 to synthesize a wide variety of valuable products, as seen, for one example, in:


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