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A sprinkle of rock dust could help avoid catastrophic climate change

6 monthes ago   |   By New Scientist

Spreading rock dust on cropland around the world could absorb a tenth of humanity's carbon budget, which would help avoid triggering catastrophic levels of global warming
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SpaceX launch: Watch agency release batch of Starlink satellites...

SpaceX launch: Watch agency release batch of Starlink satellites - ‘Deployment confirmed'

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