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|#5 - Kinda wish they'd stop hunting whales, but aside from that, No…||06/22/2016 on 17 - 6 - 2016||0|
|#4 - I highly doubt that the Australian rat is the first species to… [+] (11 new replies)||06/22/2016 on 17 - 6 - 2016||+86|
#10 - lean (06/22/2016) [-]
But jesus fuck this rat only lived on a 9 acre island on the great barrier reef. A good wind storm could've been responsible for the rat's extinction. An inbred population of less that 100 total coupled with 80% female population, that's what happens. Sure, call it climate change. Could easily have been a visiting dog from a boat though.
#11 - anon (06/22/2016) [-]
It's climate change because of rising ocean levels that caused the island to get flooded and eroded away at a much faster rate. It was the rising ocean levels, not just some random waves.
#13 - lean (06/22/2016) [-]
The 1" ocean rise did not wipe out a 10 foot high island. The island is still there, and since it's discovery in the 70's has not shrunk. There are erosion phases of growth and shrinkage on it well documented.
The most popular theory is increased storms and invasive vegetation destroying the food supply and small caves that the nocturnal rat depended on for survival. The frequency of storms can be argued to be a result of global warming, but not the invasive weeds, nor the predation by indigenous locals and boat tourists with dogs. It's a hell of a fucking stretch to say "climate change", but hey, further the agenda right?
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|#9 - I'm assuming the bacteria doesn't annihilate the CO2 to direct… [+] (9 new replies)||06/22/2016 on 3 - 6 - 2016||+8|
#10 - babaskeep (06/22/2016) [-]
Maybe CO2 --> C + 2H2O by converting hydrogen in the air? so basically making water and carbon?
Or maybe CO2 --> C + O2 Like plants, also making breathable air
I don't know, I'm not a chemist, but I would go for the top one as the bacteria could possibly use carbon or water as an energy source by using temperature... Kind of like a heat pump
#13 - congatime (06/22/2016) [-]
Considering that CO2 is the most reduced form of carbon it cant take energy from that, and cyanobacteria already do the fotosythesis thing, so maybe it uses CO2 as a secondary carbon source while still using sugar or other stuff for engergy?
IDK, im studying moleculair biology but its the first time I hear about this.
#17 - congatime (06/22/2016) [-]
I think this is it, it is from the same site as the post
it uses sunlight for energy, and CO2 and H2 go in, acording to the page it is 10 times more efficient than plants.
But then again, you need hydrogen, which might be a problem..
#64 - zzzanzitron (06/23/2016) [-]
Oh. Well, they might be saying that they successfully created a bacteria that can reduce CO2 and H2 to something other than acetate or methane (which is the usual compounds methanogen and acetogens synthesize to create energy). By making a volatile liquid compound that can burn (considering methane is a gas and acetate doesn't burn, at least not in open air), they have created a better way to store these energy in the form of organic compounds. And yes, you usually get H2 gas from anaerobic fermentation by bacteria, so from waste to fuel then back to CO2 it is.
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