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Could 'super corals' repopulate coral reefs ?

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seanjo

If they let evolution have time the coral will do it automatically.

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Occams Razor

More 'free energy' twaddle. Any mechanism will have frictional lossses... this is just absolute rubbish.

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Silent Trinity

Interesting study but nature has a way of recovering itself given time and space to do so unmolested. Algae does seem to be an important aspect of life on this planet so hardly surprising that it should reap some rewards like this.

Not sure what real long term use this would be however, and this just seems to be an exercise, another research grant awarded under that "global warming" cash machine lol

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