Since we have been reporting on various developments in the very real science of productive Carbon Dioxide recycling, we wanted to send along in this dispatch a collection of links to presentations made during a recent conference at Columbia University which address that topic in graphic detail.   
We don't offer excerpts from the links.
The presentation titles, we think, should be provocative enough to entice anyone genuinely interested in the health and well-being of our vital Coal industries, our environment and our US national economy to delve into them - and to then start asking some serious questions of our elected representatives; questions about the wisdom of continuing to allow deceptive, exploitive, and wasteful nonsense like Cap & Trade taxation and Geologic Sequestration to be publicly promoted and seriously considered.
Summary comment follows:
  Klaus S. Lackner, Columbia University
   Ah-Hyung Alissa Park, Columbia University
   Etsuko Fujita, Brookhaven National Lab
   Reed Jensen, Los Alamos Solar Energy LLC
   Rich Diver, Sandia National Lab
   Mogens Mogensen, Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy
   Carl Stoots, Idaho National Lab
   Sune D. Ebbesen, Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy
   Christopher Graves, Columbia University
Presuming that you will examine the presentations, we urge you to note how developed and evolved some of the technologies actually are.
And, we must ask:
How is it that prototypes of machines which harness environmental energy to harvest Carbon Dioxide from the atmosphere and then convert it into synthetic fuels have been built and operated, some by our United States Government, but we, the US citizens of US Coal Country, haven't publicly heard anything about any of them?

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