Sunday, November 20, 2005

Earthfiles.com

Earthfiles.com: "An interaction between water and calcium silicate would have meant carbon dioxide molecules were taken from the air and caught into the calcium carbonate making limestone. Computer models indicate the result would have been 'catastrophic cooling in which tectonic changes could have triggered a progressive transition from a 'greenhouse' to an 'icehouse' climate, resulting in 'snowball glaciation.' ]"

Could this also be a good way to cool carribean waters to block hurricanes?
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