You made a factual observation and then offered a solution to ocean acidification, "The good news is that you can buffer the water..." You were comparing the ocean with a few hundred gallons of water. You blew off the question of ocean acidification like it wasn't serious in any way.<quoted text>lol....I made a factual observation. Buffering water will stabilize ph.
The article was speaking of hatcheries and/or specific areas of the ocean, but you choose to go with the entire volume of oceanic waters.
Okay!!! If a known solution to a problem seems so outlandish to you for the oceans.....why does mitigating a fraction of one driver in a myriad of others make sense to you for the entire planet and atmosphere?
Lol.....yeah, it's pretty warped when you put it in that perspective.
No comparison. I don't propose adding anything to the oceans to solve the problem. I don't propose adding anything to the atmosphere to rid it of greenhouse gases. I propose conservation, efficiency, and alternative power.
Can you possibly see the difference?