I don't know why, but I always thought that it was just an early-early-game efficient, compact carbon dioxide filter that could pump it out of one's base.
I've always had problems with Carbon Dioxide, and in one of my largest colonies I unfortunately found a hyper-compressed pocket of carbon dioxide that overpressured the lower levels so bad that my Duplicants' ears popped. I filled a huge room with Gas Reservoirs and high pressure vents, and tried pumping the massive amount of carbon dioxide into there. It barely made a dent. And I didn't seem to realize that each Algae Terrarium removed only 333 mg of carbon dioxide per second.
I have over 200 hours in this game, and am just now finding out that an early game building can delete massive quantities of carbon dioxide: efficiently enough for one coal generator to run a cheap system that deletes 1.2 kg/s (the generator only releases 20 g/s). Fuck me.
SS: "Another climate record was set in May of this year. Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere reached a new maximum, topping out at their highest concentration seen in all of recorded history and beyond.
As measured by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, at the top of the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawai'i, atmospheric carbon dioxide reached a monthly average of 417.16 parts per million (ppm) for the month of May 2020. Just one year before, CO2 levels had reached a maximum of 415 ppm, and in 2018, the peak was 411 ppm."
Response: it's just another day in record keeping. What we really need to be discussing here is how the stock market will go up then down then up or maybe discussing the topic of toilet paper.
I will leave this here https://www.edge.org/r... keep reading on reddit ➡
I had 1 playthrough but was maybe half a year ago got to around 300 but had alot of problems with heat/german management as well as just an overall shitfest. Any idea how to get rid of this carbon dioxide as well as well as improving my stress?
Also any other tips are appreciated thanks !
What do you do with this super power
I’ve been in the field for about 13 years and trust me, it’s no easy job. My whole career is my life basically and the day I quit is the day I die.