Iron Dumped In Ocean Might Slow Global Warming

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Iron Dumped In Ocean Might Slow Global Warming

According to a study published in the journal Nature, dumping iron at sea could encourage the growth of large blooms of algae, which in turn could soak up excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. What do you think?

  • “Then it appears my choice to use iron to weigh down the bodies was not only practical, but environmentally sound as well. Nicely done, me.”

    Ron Upton
    Cable Television Technician
  • “Finally, a foolproof solution to global warming that couldn’t be misapplied in any way."

    Natalie Ciriaco
    Cartographer
  • “Then again, it might just make a fun splashing sound. Either way, win-win.”

    Jackson Cohen
    Rancher
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