Could this capture carbon?

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Could this capture carbon?
« on: 27/07/2010 18:36:09 »
A new more efficient way of converting carbon-dioxide back to carbon has been invented that uses solar energy very efficiently.

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Could this capture carbon?
« Reply #1 on: 27/07/2010 19:37:56 »
That's a great idea. I hope they can make it work commercially.
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« Reply #2 on: 29/07/2010 19:37:43 »
can we split oxygen from co2 using plants like splitting of water by photosystem.. Another doubt can we fuse haploid set nucleus of one ovum with receipient ovum nucleus....