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Can Modern Charcoal Help Solve Human-Created CO2 Problem?

Human activity has created a carbon dioxide problem. Dr. Frank Shu and his team have a partial solution called “supertorrefaction” that is worth sharing.
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Can Modern Charcoal Help Solve Human Created CO2 Problem?

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Human activity has created a carbon dioxide problem. Dr. Frank Shu and his team have a partial solution called “supertorrefaction” that is worth sharing. Problem Solving Versus Panicking When faced with problems, rather than panic o...

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