Re: Some interesting Carbon Sequestration Chemistry
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For those of you without access to volcanic or any other kind of useful rock dust, you might try the following that has worked well for us at Warm Heart. We work largely with dried corn cobs. Before putting them in the TLUD, we sprinkle them with water in which we have rusted chunks of old iron. We then dust the damp cobs with bright orange clay powder and roll them until they look like corn dogs (for the Aermicans among you). The damp and dirty cobs are then left to dry in the sun for a day and pyrolysed. The resulting char gives every indication of working great, although we have no way of proving that it outperforms.
On Fri, Jul 23, 2021 at 5:53 PM Stephen Joseph <joey.stephen@...> wrote: