Art Burtis' solar air chimney uses heat from the sun to move massive amounts of air. If built, the device could support carbon capture systems, spin turbines and condense water vapor from the air.   David Briggs
A mason in San Geronimo has developed a prototype for a giant chimney that moves massive amounts of air using heat from the sun, a device he believes could be instrumental in fighting climate change. Art Burtis, a valley resident for 24 years, says the air movement created by his chimney can be use

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