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  1. Sean Reynolds
    Sean Reynolds replied to a Comment on Can shale oil fuel Australia?

    All good points, John — biosynthesis or electrosynthesis of fuels, which might win out in terms of convenience and cost-effectiveness? Unless the oilgae use some amazing evolved internal catalyst reactions…

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    Sean Reynolds replied to a Comment on Can shale oil fuel Australia?

    Another tidbit that's just surfaced: "Since temperatures began to soar a couple of decades ago, Greenland and Antarctica have been shedding ice fast. Between 1992 and 2011, they lost around 2,700…

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    Sean Reynolds replied to a Comment on Can shale oil fuel Australia?

    We are assuming in all of this that there is a fairly conclusive link between GHG levels and actual global warming — that heightened atmospheric levels of CO2, CH4 and various other gases produced by humanity's…

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    Sean Reynolds replied to a Comment on Can shale oil fuel Australia?

    There is a difference between *petrochemicals* and *fossil* fuels, in that it is possible to make petrochemicals in the present by the use of GM algae or synthesis in the manner described by JRD. We should…

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    Sean Reynolds replied to a Comment on Can shale oil fuel Australia?

    maybe the solution is oilgae? carbon neutral 'green' oil - biological factories stitching long chain hydrocarbons together with the inputs of CO2, water and sunlight. They thrive in polluted and…

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    Sean Reynolds replied to a Comment on Can shale oil fuel Australia?

    Has it? What about the scientically measured claims that: "The list of warmest years on record is dominated by years from this millennium; each of the last 12 years (2001–2012) features as one of…

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