To: Army Air Corps
I don't know what they call that process, but there should be a demonstration or pilot plant in operation now. In any case, they are not building these plants, and other alternatives are also expensive. We're going to miss our cheap oil. Have you looked at the Peak Oil theory?
posted on 03/31/2004 12:09:52 PM PST
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Yep, we should have had such plants in operation five years ago. The amount of coal that the US still has could be converted to enough oil to be petroleum-based demand well into the next century and beyond. Personally, I like the promise of biofuel. It makes use of much our existing infrastructure and motor vehicles would need minor conversions. Nothing like GROWING your own fuel to allow us to thumb our noses at OPEC; they can't eat oil...
posted on 03/31/2004 12:23:19 PM PST
by Army Air Corps
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