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    • CommentAuthorCWatters
    • CommentTimeMay 5th 2012 edited
    • CommentAuthorwookey
    • CommentTimeMay 5th 2012
    Here's a link that works with free software: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuWDex5mh5Y (science dump doesn't ). I'm guessing this is the same video.

    It's a very interesting project, but not a very informative video. I still don't know how it works, what other inputs are needed (is it self-powered or not? if it is, how?), how much more CO2 does it absorb than a pond full of algae, do you have to clean the glass from time to time, potential production costs, and so on. Anyone got any actual details?

    This page is the most informative I found and it's just guessing: http://www.earthtechling.com/2012/04/algae-powered-street-lamps-suck-up-c02/
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