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#78 - dude... I drank that newcastle brown ale yesterday.. in newcas… 08/18/2013 on Northern Ways 0
#28 - Picture 08/07/2013 on Real life QWOP +1
#35 - DK  [+] (1 new reply) 08/04/2013 on Car drifts off the freeway 0
#40 - anonexplains (08/04/2013) [-]
Ha dead people
#18 - Women: always bad when related to cars 06/21/2013 on Dog in Car 0
#65 - Comment deleted 06/21/2013 on the walmart game -1
#16 - Damn Fords... 04/27/2013 on Women drivers amirite? 0
#181 - Sure, it is. But in such a small tank it won't grow infinite. …  [+] (3 new replies) 02/22/2013 on Green Lamp 0
#241 - anonexplains (02/23/2013) [-]
Nobody said it was a simple or even convenient mechanism. All I said was that your entire comment was wrong.
#193 - mantou (02/23/2013) [-]
as far as I know glucose and O² are the only byproducts of algae, no toxic waste there.
I think you want to refer to something similar as to the eutrophication of lakes, which is caused by bacteria. but you don't have that kind of ecosystem in a glass tank, at least not to such an extent that it would greatly matter.
User avatar #201 - doyouevenupload (02/23/2013) [-]
and they could reuse thos algae from the lamps to create hydrogen gas
#142 - problem is this lamp doesn't transform co2 into glucose and O…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/22/2013 on Green Lamp 0
#171 - anonexplains (02/22/2013) [-]
It's algae, it photosynthesizes just like any other plant.
#181 - idoom (02/22/2013) [-]
Sure, it is. But in such a small tank it won't grow infinite. You have to replace the fluid when it's saturated. Throwing it back into mother nature will not be the trick since algae produces toxic elements. filtration is a good choice to get clean water, but what are you doing with the biological stuff that remains ? composting or burning the dry algae will set free the CO²
#241 - anonexplains (02/23/2013) [-]
Nobody said it was a simple or even convenient mechanism. All I said was that your entire comment was wrong.
#193 - mantou (02/23/2013) [-]
as far as I know glucose and O² are the only byproducts of algae, no toxic waste there.
I think you want to refer to something similar as to the eutrophication of lakes, which is caused by bacteria. but you don't have that kind of ecosystem in a glass tank, at least not to such an extent that it would greatly matter.
User avatar #201 - doyouevenupload (02/23/2013) [-]
and they could reuse thos algae from the lamps to create hydrogen gas
#149 - Oxideee (02/22/2013) [-]
There will still be trees though, they won't replace trees with lamps. Less CO2 is better than heaps of CO2 and only having some of it be transformed
#51 - I'd like to watch this as a movie. 05/09/2012 on Sleeping Beauty +1
#3 - I played a single savegame for 3 years. real life years. 05/01/2012 on The Elder Scrolls 0
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