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Bio-fuels-Make-Comeback-Despite-Tough-Economy

Bio-fuels-Make-Comeback-Despite-Tough-Economy The developed world runs on oil. Fossil fuels powered the industrial revolution and have driven all the growth that has happened since then. We use oil to generate our electricity and as fuel in our cars. However, it is … Continue reading

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Discovery Turns Seaweed Into Biofuel in Half the Time

Here is an interesting article concerning making ethanol from something OTHER than corn. The use of corn to produce ethanol is one of the myriad reasons why food costs have risen world wide which has helped to destabilize an already … Continue reading

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Coal and Ethanol Are Not Alternative Energy Policy

They say that everyone has a doppelganger and I’m thinking that Andrew must be mine. I came across this article today and was almost stunned to see someone whose thoughts so closely align with mine. This essay pulls no punches … Continue reading

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