Sunday, November 16, 2008

A new Fuel?

The Week
November 21,2008
Gary Stroble found a new fungus that makes hydrocarbons after eating a stringy plant fiber called a cellulose!In Patagonia this red colored fungus could be taken and harvested for a great new source of fuel1! It doesn't even take up much space! what do you know!

2 comments:

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

I believe that some chemical wizardry will end up replacing crude oil as our source of "gasoline".

Heli gunner Tom said...

Personally, I am excited that a few small companies [perhaps in Germany] have got a small, bio-diesel engine that is clean and very fuel efficient! The Saudi's are lying about their "huge" oil fields and surplus,and we are sure to run out soon if we do nothing, IMHO.

Warm Regards,
Tom S
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Disabled Vietnam Vet: 68-70.