Wednesday, January 09, 2008

"Grass Gas" Shows Promise as Superefficient, Clean Fuel


Sometimes I wish I'd never taken up this biofuel topic. Once you start, it seems you can't stop.

Anyway, this sounds like a much better idea than making biofuel out of edible crops which is already adding to food costs and shortages.

You don't eat grass do you? Just asking.
Ethanol made from a prairie grass shows promise as a viable fuel that could be much more environmentally friendly and energy-efficient than corn ethanol, a new study says. Ethanol is often touted as a cleaner-burning gasoline alternative that lessens dependence on oil.

Via The Signs.

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Blogger DirkStar said...

I think you would like my post this evening.

I'm going off the rail on the Obama train.

I just can't believe anyone else hasn't figured out why he lost.

1/10/2008 12:14:00 PM  
Blogger spiiderweb™ said...

Obama is a generalist. He isn't specific. Smart move. But he isn't substantive. He may be in the future, but not yet.

1/10/2008 10:30:00 PM  

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