The Ergosphere
Saturday, February 19, 2005
 

The Ergosphere turns one

On this slightly belated birthday of The Ergosphere, tell me...

how's it so far? 

Comments:
Sparse. Great but sparse. The type of posts you do fill a void. More would be better.
 
Agree with back40, but I understand that the type of indepth calcs that you do take time. And, it's easier for you to keep track of what you say ;)

Keep it up the way you've been going. I'd rather see the deep posts that you typically write.
 
There are plenty of tech-news-of-the-day sites. I appreciate your taking the time to do the research. I don't mind a monthly or weekly schedule, but regular is better than unpredictable.
 
Ditto. Good news being hard to find these days, it would be useful to see what's being done that amounts to a positive step.
 
Incidentally, maybe a big home run from a fairly obscure hitter on my blog today: using a catalyst to reduce CO2 and convert it to long-chain carbon molecules (not sure from their presentation, but it looks like sugars and benzenes). They're using electrolysis to provide the energy to drive the reaction, but I don't necessarily see that as a huge problem. If this is for real, it could be simply enormous.
 
SH, that's the void I'm trying to fill. Unfortunately I can only blog 'em as I see 'em, and the Muse is often sparse with her inspirations.

Rob, thanks for the pointer. That's one of several schemes I've seen for chemosynthesis from CO2, and I may try to blog a summary of what's out there.
 
Love it and am spreading the word. Love the quantitative analysis and implicit optimism. Agree with others about in-depth analysis. Keep it up!
 
Like others I appreciate the indepth posts. I don't mind them being irregular (that's what RSS readers are for) but more would be nice. I also appreciate it when you find the time to leave comments on my blog.

James
Alternative Energy Blog
 
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