[Biofuel] Didn't someone ask about..

2005-09-07 Thread mphee
Energy storage without using batteries. http://www.amminex.com/index_files/Page344.htm Use your wind turbine to generate electricity and the excess can be stored efficiently as hydrogen. Theory at least. ___ Biofuel mailing list

Re: [Biofuel] B100 and jet fuel

2005-09-01 Thread mphee
I actually read something about this a couple days ago. YOu should be able to google it. There were problems using it with jets. Biggest concern was gelling at high altitudes. On Thu, 01 Sep 2005 14:46:13 +, des wrote A neighbor who recently retired from the airline industry has been

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread mphee
http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/nogas.asp On Mon, 29 Aug 2005 07:08:06 -0700 (PDT), Kirk McLoren wrote Choke on their stockpiles. Sigh. Do they choke on their stockpiles when transportation is disrupted by storms -- and that is often for many days. Switching to a renewable fuel and

Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread mphee
Station owners really don't make much money off of gas. Their lucky to make a nickel a gallon. They make their money on what's called C-Store sales. If more people could take public transportation it would help greatly. Funny tidbit. BP says they loose money on their gas stations, $100mil

Re: [Biofuel] another reason to work for energy independence

2005-08-29 Thread mphee
The econmic meltdown doesn't scare me as much as the next world war. The economy has had meltdowns before and it will again. I believe the US is resourcful enough to come back. Though our great dependacy on foreign oil could make that a lot harder. As oil is depleted more and more there will