Ocean grown superalgae is very promising as a replacement for petroleum and the left is gearing up to fight it. Escaped superalgae might be the new global warming scare.
posted on 07/27/2010 10:47:18 AM PDT
This liquid fuel source has been investigated and studied for decades. Still has a way to go.
posted on 07/27/2010 10:49:31 AM PDT
Efficiency and technology...not there....yet....but of course, libtard/progressive idiot-ridden NYT pushing the idiotPOTUS’s ‘green’ agenda....... =.=
posted on 07/27/2010 10:55:32 AM PDT
Moreover, algae might be grown on arid land and brackish water, ...
A good use for the Salton Sea.
posted on 07/27/2010 10:56:31 AM PDT
(The Lord uses the good ones; the bad ones use the Lord.)
"There are probably well over 100 academic efforts to use genetic engineering to optimize biofuel production from algae,"
"But Dr. Venter and Mr. Mendez argue that there are huge obstacles to making algae competitive as an energy source and that every tool will be needed to optimize the strains. "
10X gets one's attention and is a strong motivator, but at this point it's better to drill, baby, drill.
posted on 07/27/2010 11:09:59 AM PDT
Escaped superalgae might be the new global warming scare.
Don't know about "global warming scare" but it could pose a problem.
posted on 07/27/2010 11:36:00 AM PDT
(IranAzadi|5yst3m 0wn3d-it's N0t Y0ur5:SONY|TV--it's NOT news you can trust)
“New Leak Found on Gulf Coast”...interesting that this article comes RIGHT before this one.
I’m trying to find a thread I read a while back that said there was “talk” of using the Gulf for algae production.
posted on 07/27/2010 12:58:20 PM PDT
(Impeach President Soros)
To: Reeses; Red Badger; SouthTexas
Algae has been on the list for a few years. I hope this doesn’t become the Kudza of the oceans...
posted on 07/27/2010 1:53:39 PM PDT
(Life is short so drink the good wine first...)
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