Another lost draft being published late . . .
Researchers have found a way to dramatically speed up the formation of the mineral magnesite. Magnasite formation removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Normally this process takes many, many years but they say they can shorten that to days . . .
So if all goes well we’ll be producing magnesite as fast as we can . . . which brings me to the question: What is Magnesite good for?
The Wikipedia article on its uses lists many. But a lot of them involve burning it and release the Carbon. What else could mega-tons of magnasite be used for?