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... here is my theory: We find a way to create a car that runs on CO2 and produces Oxygen, then, we find a way to make bigger better forests, cause that is just helpful overall.
I thought the obvious answer to this would be to kill of all the humans. No humans, no pollution. The planet would get itself together eventually and then evolution could try again with ants or bees or something.peteinthehills
Sorry sooyeah your ideas do not work and things like that are just pussyfooting around the edge of the real problemIt will be almost impossible to stop climate change we will have to learn to live with it, improve our efficiency and look at social structures that will enable us to reduce the global population of humans to a sustainable level and maintain it at that level. I suggest that about one tenth of the current global population would be about right. We must also be extremely careful to recycle certain rare and useful elements as thoroughly as possible.The greater the global population that we decide to have the more precise will be the controls and the less resources there will be in the long term.Failing this, warfare and starvation will do it in a very rapid and unpleasant way probably within the next one hundred years and we will have to build again from a lower base in a ravaged planet.
Watch the dying rooms documentary about children in China left to die in horrific conditions by wilful neglect, often tying their legs to chairs so they are suspended above a potty, before hailing China as our saviour.
Mind you it's a good place to buy spare parts for our ageing bodies. Apparently you can pick the person you want executed and carved up much the same as one picks a lobster in a restaurant.
Would it be possible to pump water to the top of a mountain and then let it slowly trickle down removing the salt you could design a mountain or drill holes in an existing one.You pump sea water or siphon it. gravity driven all coastal countries in Africa could get fresh water if it worked.