Olivine- The Philosopher's Stone

Engels | 07-12-2021 | 94 pages


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The worldwide emission of CO2 is huge problem. Nature is regulating the neutralization of this threatening gas for billions of years. The aplication of olivine can be the answer. Read to know how.

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The worldwide emission of CO2 is an extremely and fast growing problem. The fact that nature is regulating the neutralization of this climate threatening gas for over billions of years is unknown to most people. The fact that olivine, the most present rock on Earth, is playing a crucial role in this proces is unknown as well.

Emeritus professor in geology, Olaf Schuiling, is investigating the meaning of this philosopher’s stone, which is responsable for the preservation of life on Earth. Olivine binds CO2.

Unfortunately the emission of this poisonous gas is growing so fast that nature needs some help. We can do that by increasing the availability of this revolutionary source. And, yes, we can, because the mining of this survival rock is simply and cheap.

Professor Schuiling experimented a lot on a small scale and he discovered many practical applications in our environment and daily life. The green revolution is close at hand and everybody can contribute one’s mite at low costs.

Apart from that: we need to convince the government to stop the CCS (Carbone Capture System) asap.


This book gives you real and hands-on information about the reduction of carbon emission. With the use of olivine, you can acomplish so much. Both on a global scale and in your own house.


EAN :9789038926711
Uitgever :Uitgeverij Elmar
Publicatiedatum :  07-12-2021
Formaat :Paperback / softback
Taal :Engels
Hoogte :211 mm
Breedte :132 mm
Dikte :10 mm
Gewicht :166 gr
Voorraad : Bestelbaar
Aantal bladzijden :94
Trefwoorden :  ccs;co2;emissie;olivijn;olivine;reductie