Watch This Mega-Machine Absorbs Carbon -Dioxide from Air & Can Tranform It Into Gasoline

What if the gasoline you used in your car in fact came from the air we breathe today? Sounds like something straight from science fiction, right? Wrong.
Thanks to an ingenious thought come to life created by an independent Canadian company identified as Carbon Engineering it no longer has to be from sci-fi at all! The project they’re at present on is in the form of a great machine; this machine absorbs the carbon dioxide emission from the air for approximately 300,000 cars. That’s a lot of exhaust!
 It all works by utilizing a CO2 absorbent liquid poured through the peak of the machine. The captured gas then gets capture as a carbonate solution and finally turns into carbonate solids. The solids themselves are then burned and the evasion pure CO2 gas is then captured and composed.
Air flows from side to side the ends while CO2-absorbent liquid is poured in through the peak.
This is how the carbons in the air are capture and collected. Here’s how this collected gas could simply be turned into oils to be used once more!
Watch This Mega-Machine Absorbs Carbon -Dioxide from Air & Can Tranform It Into Gasoline
More than 100 kilos of CO2 are captured by the prototype engine in Calgary per day as it stands, with the end goal being to increase that figure to match our current output. The funny part about this idea is that we can already do this – scientists previously know how! It’s people like Carbon Engineering President David Keith who understand the things we require to do if we want to leave anything left of this world to the future generations, and hopefully his efforts won’t be in vain.

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