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  1. #1 Greenhouse Gasses for Something Useful? 
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    Hi there. I'm working on an project and I have an idea on how to reduce greenhouse gasses. In fact, my idea combines them to make something useful. The general idea is to split carbon dioxide into C and O2, then combine the carbon with methane (either C3H8 or 2C3H8) to create either ethylene or propane. This could then be used for a useful purpose. I have a few questions. First, through what process would you split CO2? Second, how would you combine CO2 with C3H8? And finally, could this actually work? I appreciate any and all help.

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