Protein Concentrates Carbon Dioxide In Algae
Increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are a concern to many environmentalists who research global warming.
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#1 Apr 10, 2009
The article does not make the significance of this finding clear -- unless they are really reckless enough to suggest unleashing bio-engineered plants in the wild to defeat global-warming.
But that really would be incredibly reckless, since we simply cannot guarantee that the new strains are safe for the environment. Once it is out in the wild, it WILL have unforeseen impacts, especially after it mutates.
#2 Apr 10, 2009
Is the genie out of the bottle?
#3 Apr 10, 2009
"Rice and other commodity crops such as wheat and soybeans do not have any CO2 concentrating mechanism."
Doesn't the intereference look like any engineered plant?
#4 Apr 10, 2009
"interference" - correction in #3
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