That it's inefficient and still falls far short of what we need and hope for is not surprising. But we have some amazing engineers in this country. I'm not surprised it's not working now--but I won't be surprised if there're technical breakthroughs that might make it useful in the future.
I'm also hopeful about other alternatives. The US has made harder things happen--and the idea of seeing the terrorist world turned back into farming sand is a vision to work for.
posted on 04/27/2006 1:14:54 PM PDT
I'm not surprised it's not working now
It's working now, no question about that. It would not surprise me if someone figures out a better way to do it, and soon. There is a lot of money moving into biofuels, tons of it, and anyone that can chisle a tiny fraction for himself by coming up with an innovation will be rich indeed.
posted on 04/27/2006 1:25:13 PM PDT
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