Skip to comments.Study finds cellulosic ethanol worse for environment than pure gasoline
Posted on 04/22/2014 10:13:33 PM PDT by Ernest_at_the_Beach
The market for pure gasoline is so strong among boaters that many fuel stations near popular fishing ports are adding non-ethanol alternatives. This photo is from a new RaceTrac station on Paris Road in Chalmette, a high-traffic area for anglers returning from Hopedale, Shell Beach and Delacroix. (Photo by Todd Masson, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) (Todd Masson)
Boaters despise ethanol. The substance that is mixed with most gasolines in America is only slightly less harmful to outboards than Saharan sand, and the growing numbers of boaters who have had motor trouble because of the stuff will drive three cities over to find a station that sells pure gasoline.
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Solar panels fry birds and blind pilots.
The enviro-wackos will kill us and everything else if they're not stopped.
This study is fine & dandy.
I want to know when ethanol will no longer be added to gasoline.
We might get the XL pipeline built first.
corn not consumed by humans is meant to be fed to Cattle.
Who saw that coming?
Nothing will change. The facts don’t matter to liberals so long as their feelings and someone else’s money are directed to the right cause.
Many freepers saw it coming I bet
It is easy to get energy from cellulose the old fashioned way, just burn it.
Just posted this :
Horses weren’t replaced with unicorns as civilization moved on, and carbon energy won’t be replaced with green energy fantasies.
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