Man they got that right on CCS schemes...
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I'll briefly excerpt for amusement the opening lines of the introduction of this paper: A Machine Learning-Aided Equilibrium Model of VTSA Processes for Sorbents Screening Applied to CO2 Capture from Diluted Sources Alexa Grimm and Matteo Gazzani, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2022 61 (37), 14004-14019.
I refer to the cited play myself when discussing energy schemes.
I often refer to waiting for Godot as the "nothing happening" associated with the grand so called "renewable energy" nirvana that did not come, is not here, and won't come.
CCS - carbon capture and storage - is a proposal to make dumps. It is unconscionable to build dumps with which future generations will need to deal. CCU - carbon capture and utilization - is another issue entirely although the energy and technical demands are indeed daunting.
It's not going to be easy; that's for sure, and the fact that we have used the planetary atmosphere as a dump will not be forgiven by history.
And suspected you'd be describing CCS.
Thank you for the post!