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Visionary and innovator in the utility industry and grid modernization, Burns & McDonnell

I have a broad background in utilities and energy. I worked for Capgemini in the Energy Practice for more than 15 years. During that time I rose to the position of CTO of the 12,000 person...

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1) Hydroxyl - why are people not talking about it more for GHG removal?
2) What happens if we double the amount of hydroxyl in the atmosphere?
3) Is lightning the major source of hydroxyl?
4) Should we tamper with the amount of sunlight arriving at the planet with a space based solar shade that is thousands of kilometers on a side?
5) Can we build better atmospheric models that include clouds and other atmospheric items?
6) When will we be able to accurately predict the weather 5-7 days from now?
7) Will that weather prediction capability, help with climate modeling?
8) Is there a way to cheaply and efficiently create carbon nanotubes or Bucky balls from items that are burned?
9) Is it safe to engineer bio organisms that will "eat" plastic, or carbon dioxide?

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