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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Why didn't I think of this?

The basic principle works at our house if we leave the flue open.

Comments (7)


Someone who took physics tell me if this is implicated by the super chimney.

Will we get a static column of hot air? (heh heh. sounds like Lars Larson.)

I need to work that into a law review article:

Put a big old filter on it to trap the carbon. It'll be like a giant inverse cigarette. Maybe Marlboro will get to sponsor one!

So let me get this straight, dropping 4% of the mississippi from the sky around one of these things and obliterating 300 square miles of desert habitat is somehow good for the planet?

And they want to do this 10+ times?

See where I'm going with this?

Oh wait, it's a giant chimney. We can use it in conjunction with field burning to project the soot and particulate high up in to the atmosphere!

I get it now!

"See where I'm going with this?"

How about supercharging it and putting it right over City Hall and the State Capitol?

Creative, but the guy's calculations are wrong. The temperature differential is half of what he says.

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