StoppingClimateChange .com                                 Electrify everything possible, obtain fire from biosynfuels.
Artificial Leaves that drip energy-dense liquid fuels haven't been invented yet so we have to think along the lines of Nuclear-Hydrogen-Biomass if we ever expect to carbon-neutralize the world.

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 How much biomass can the U.S. produce every year?  Biomass - US DOE  2016_billion_ton_report_.pdf  The U.S. consumes about 20 million barrels of oil per day.
If 100% of the process heat and electricity came from nuclear and the process reactions were 100% efficient, could this be enough to make perhaps 18 million barrels of biosynfuels per day?
1,000 1 million ton-per-year Skyscrubber Rings might double that number. Keeping the biomass sources nearby and the biosynfuel refinery small is critical to keeping transportation costs low.

   The key is to use nuclear's energy lavishly.      

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