Venting Our (Carbon Dioxide) Problems into Space

It would be far better to just end the non-essential production of Carbon Dioxide, but at the same time, here’s an idea. This week’s issue of The Economist reports on an interesting scheme proposed by Alfred Y. Wong, professor of physics and director of the Plasma Physics Laboratory at UCLA to rid the Earth of CO2 emissions. Wong posits that a conveyor built in the Arctic could take advantage of the Earth’s magnetic field to expel emissions into outer space.

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