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Oh, its real, and viable. I have been following algae biodiesel for at least 5 years now, and I whole-heartedly support it. It is the only “green” energy I support, not because I’m an econut, but because its a brilliant idea, I think its viable, can use existing technology and infrastructure, doesn’t need subsidies, and does not require either lots of land, nor crop land if you do it right. Plus, the waste can be either burnt in a coal plant, be used as fertilizer, or even used for feed. Its win, win, win.


4 posted on 02/16/2010 7:38:04 PM PST by dsrtsage (One half of all people have below average IQ...In the US the number is 54%)
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its viable, can use existing technology and infrastructure, doesn’t need subsidies, and does not require either lots of land, nor crop land if you do it right.

Which is why an American company has to go all the way to the United Arab Emirates to develop the stuff. None of the usual parasites over here can get their fingers in the pie.
6 posted on 02/16/2010 7:44:16 PM PST by Question Liberal Authority ("My...health care plan is a Bolshevik plot... which will destroy America." - Barack Obama)
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If it screws the Saudis and their neighbors - I support it.

Another green energy or unlimited energy that can work is geothermal. Running pipes under warm ground with gas or water to generate steam. Areas west of the Miss have warm ground. The caldera in Yellowstone is real warm.

Geothermal is a like a free nuke reactor. Same principal to generate steam to run turbines.


8 posted on 02/16/2010 8:03:12 PM PST by Frantzie (TV - sending Americans towards Islamic serfdom - Cancel TV service NOW)
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