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this new digital camera is a carbon of a well-known model costing almost twice as much
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This will be more challenging than inventing a way to remove or reuse the carbon in the atmosphere.
The company will for example capture and store carbon and work with suppliers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Ever since, scientists have ardently hunted for Mars’s missing carbon—or at least an explanation for its absence.
For one, a full-carbon (even the rear triangle) frame at this price is fairly unheard of.
The original method was known as high pressure, high temperature, or H.P.H.T., which simulates the crushing force of the earth by applying high temperature and high pressure alongside a metal catalyst to dissolve carbon into a diamond seed.
Shutterstock Hawaii’s legislature passed two bills on Tuesday that aim to make the state carbon neutral by 2045.
The goal is to become more efficient and lower costs, said Gordon Birrell, BP’s chief operating officer for production, transformation and carbon.
And given his oddly long history of facial injuries, getting back on the court meant wearing a custom, glossy carbon and polycarbonate face mask that set Twitter ablaze—and fit neatly into the rise of an unlikely new fashion accessory.
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CARBON Defined for English Language Learners
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: a chemical element that forms diamonds and coal and that is found in petroleum and in all living plants and animals
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