Can we use the excess CO2 on Earth into fizzy drinks? I think that the CO2 in soda is from power plants and factories and that sort of thing but can we harness this greenhouse gas from other places? For example, with car exhaust and the like. Even if that’s not helping the emissions problem, it’s like a self-perpetuating debt; the payment just keeps getting delayed. With so much soda being consumed every day, there are plenty of places to put CO2 in without releasing it directly into the air. Just a thought.
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