Category Archives: New Technology

Carbon Sequestration – From The Ground Up

Other than rain and sunshine, virtually no commodity – or the processes associated with obtaining and managing them – comes without cost in this world, a fact which falls into Robert A. Heinlein’s “TANSTAAFL” file (There Ain’t No Such Thing … Continue reading

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Is the Jury Still Out on Sequestration?

As global concern about climate change and greenhouse gases increases, carbon sequestration is rapidly moving from the research phase to the applied phase. In North America and Canada, where carbon-based emissions run commensurate to consumption of fossil fuels, scientists and … Continue reading

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Utilities: Gone Underground

Throughout North America, the infrastructure for commercial and residential utility lines has gone underground – literally. Over the last 20 years, civil engineers have realized the benefit if running power and data transfer cables below the surface, in many cases … Continue reading

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