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My sister and her husband have been (in the wake of Y2K-mania) asked to invest in a company that produces what she said they call "CO2 generators" that produce electricity from the energy in "phase shifts" of CO2 (ie. liquid-gas). I didn't think there was much energy in CO2 bonds. Are they being led down the primrose path? The company claims that these will be sold for $200 each and can be used to run an entire household. As a biologist, I am also a skeptic. Should they zip their purses and run?
Re: Is there a generator which uses CO2 phases to make electricity?
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