Re: [Biofuel] The Ethics of Eating Meat: A Radical View

2006-06-15 Thread Keith Addison
Vegetarianism is a cultural and social, rather than a biological, phenomenon. Anatomically and physiologically, the digestive organs of the human species are designed for both animal and plant foods. Moreover, a global cross-cultural survey demonstrates the fact that all cultures, past and

Re: [Biofuel] GMOs - was Re: The Ethics of Eating Meat: A Radical View

2006-06-15 Thread Keith Addison
http://snipurl.com/rcij [Biofuel] Bushfood Hi Doug It's not a matter of if the EPA laws will be introduced in Oz but When. I saw a journalist on the telly the other night that said what happens in the US follows on to Aust. We now have fire ants in Oz that came from 2nd hand Agriculture

Re: [Biofuel] 90 litre reactor details published.

2006-06-15 Thread Keith Addison
Hello Joe Just downloaded it (big!), I'll upload a link and some details when I've had a look. Hello everyone; I have finally published the details and construction manual for the 90 litre version of my system which I have upscaled from the 30 litre prototype. All info is copylefted of course

Re: [Biofuel] 90 litre reactor details published.

2006-06-15 Thread Keith Addison
In all seriousness, I wonder if we could just offer a cheap CD or PDF of open source plans on Ebay for 2.00 or 3.00 dollars. I personally buy free software on CD for 5-7 dollars just because it's easy and saves me money and time. I don't begrudge someone charging a nominal fee to download, burn a

[Biofuel] Keeping Iraq's Oil in the Ground

2006-06-16 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/061406J.shtml Greg Palast | Keeping Iraq's Oil in the Ground By Greg Palast AlterNet Wednesday 14 June 2006 World oil production today stands at more than twice the 15-billion a-year maximum projected by Shell Oil in 1956 - and reserves are

[Biofuel] Eat To Live: FDA sued over biotech foods (great French article on CFS action)

2006-06-17 Thread Keith Addison
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2006 00:03:52 EDT Subject: Eat To Live: FDA sued over biotech foods (great French article on CFS action) Eat To Live: FDA sued over biotech foods By Julia Watson United Press International, June 9, 2006 http://www.upi.com/ LE

Re: [Biofuel] castorbeans

2006-06-17 Thread Keith Addison
Ricin isnt a problem if you compost it immediately and keep your stocks down near zero. if you have a negligible amount of the stuff on hand, keep accurate records of it, and keep it under tight security, noone can really say anything. Pannir Selvam in Brazil was previously talking of a method

Re: [Biofuel] The amazing properties of Vegtible oil

2006-06-17 Thread Keith Addison
Is there a chemist amongst our ranks that can that can quantify % and molar, how much glycerin is in 1 liter of soybean oil? tallow? canola? Fish? (all virgin)Seems like spend time pondering questions like this of late. Any one know? Jim Hello Jim The rule of thumb is 79 millilitres of

Re: [Biofuel] Lawn question off topic

2006-06-18 Thread Keith Addison
This is a little out of date and I don't really agree with some of it, but it might help. Forget about fertilisers (like bloodmeal, bonemeal etc), whether organic or not, as Robert says it's just replacing chemical fertilizers with non chemical fertilizers. Use sifted compost and compost tea.

Re: [Biofuel] Lawn question off topic

2006-06-18 Thread Keith Addison
Hello Chris Forget about fertilisers (like bloodmeal, bonemeal etc), whether organic or not, as Robert says it's just replacing chemical fertilizers with non chemical fertilizers. Use sifted compost and compost tea. Some compost has virtually no ability to fertilise anything, I got caught out

Re: [Biofuel] Lawn question off topic

2006-06-19 Thread Keith Addison
Hello Doug Maybe out of line/subject here. Why so? Would like to know where to find the Pros and Cons about Silage as an animal feed in comparison to dry hay and non processed fodder. Seems some silage makes for a bad smell once the heap is opened, not savory at all, and yet cows will eat it

Re: [Biofuel] question regarding versus unreacted oil

2006-06-19 Thread Keith Addison
Hello jdnt how do you tell the difference between soap and unreacted oil.. we are using used beef tallow for our base stock and having problems with a third layer forming in our settling tank...we are using the two stage base base method any help would be great. What's the titration of the

Re: [Biofuel] Lawn question off topic

2006-06-19 Thread Keith Addison
Will this kill the bugs busy eating away my precious grape vines and shade area without harming the vine. That is used tobacco and some soap liquid mixed with water and pump it from a hand sprayer? Got sunlight soap here for the dishes, lemon scent even. Summary. 1/ 1 gallon of water/juice

Re: [Biofuel] 90 litre reactor details published.

2006-06-20 Thread Keith Addison
Hi Joe Glad the course went well. Hi Mike; I taught a course over the weekend at a local organic farm and we built one of my 90 litre vacuum processors. I would have liked to have a CD like that to hand out. I couldn't get into process much as it took the whole weekend for us to build a

[Biofuel] Fwd: Re: Addicted To Oil

2006-06-20 Thread Keith Addison
FWIW. Er... http://www.zmag.org/sustainers/content/2005-06/05palast.cfm French Fried Friedman Keith From: Jordan Wiggins [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Addicted To Oil Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2006 16:14:16 -0700 Hi, I'm just following up on an email I sent you last week about Addicted To Oil:

Re: [Biofuel] Lawn question off topic

2006-06-21 Thread Keith Addison
banned in the US. I don't have any proof if what he said was true but the point is natural / organic stuff can be as bad as anything else if it is not used responsibly. Jim Keith Addison wrote: Will this kill the bugs busy eating away my precious grape vines and shade area without

[Biofuel] Roger Sanders' Waste Oil Heater

2006-06-21 Thread Keith Addison
Roger's done a great job with this. Waste motor oil or WVO, doesn't need a blower. Best Keith Roger Sanders' Waste Oil Heater Roger Sanders has solved all the problems that make Mother Earth News waste oil heaters difficult to use. His new MEN heater design is simple, reliable and easy to

Re: [Biofuel] Lawn question off topic

2006-06-21 Thread Keith Addison
- Original Message - From: Keith Addison [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: biofuel@sustainablelists.org Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 1:13 PM Subject: Re: [Biofuel] Lawn question off topic Costs zippo for raw cut and dried tobacco here, about US$2 per kilogram. I tried the mix of one handful

Re: [Biofuel] Al Gore interview

2006-06-22 Thread Keith Addison
Glad you saw it. Yes, Gore sounds like such a cool guy! I guess it's just more on the Buy the Administration shenanegans. Block this great guy, get the richer one into office. Jesse http://members.aol.com/bblum6/aer34.htm Anti-Empire Report, June 21, 2006 The Anti-Empire Report Some things

[Biofuel] Great Moments in the History of Imperialism

2006-06-22 Thread Keith Addison
http://members.aol.com/bblum6/aer34.htm The Anti-Empire Report Some things you need to know before the world ends June 21, 2006 by William Blum Great Moments in the History of Imperialism National Public Radio foreign correspondent Loren Jenkins, serving in NPR's Baghdad bureau, met earlier

[Biofuel] Got A Little More Than Milk?

2006-06-22 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.precaution.org/lib/06/prn_a_little_more_than_milk.060616.htm Rethinking Schools Online, June 1, 2006 Got A Little More Than Milk? Students get a glimpse into the corporate-controlled food system by looking at the politics of food [Rachel's introduction: After several days of

[Biofuel] The Rise Of A Political Paradox Brings Hope For The World

2006-06-22 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.precaution.org/lib/06/prn_pp_is_conservative.060616.htm Ode Magazine, June 16, 2006 The Rise Of A Political Paradox Brings Hope For The World [Rachel's introduction: In England, environmental advisor Zac Goldsmith plans to press four themes in drafting the new conservative platform

Re: [Biofuel] Castor oil

2006-06-22 Thread Keith Addison
Thu, 06 Apr 2006 http://snipurl.com/s4vl Re: [Biofuel] sustainable biodiesel from Casto : Big is not beautiful, s Keith Addison Wed, 12 Apr 2006 http://snipurl.com/s4vm Re: [Biofuel] sustainable biodiesel from Casto : Big is not beautiful, s pan ruti Fri, 21 Apr 2006 Hope this helps. Best

[Biofuel] Getting To Prevention And Precaution: Building A Movement

2006-06-23 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.precaution.org/lib/06/prn_movement.htm Environmental Research Foundation, June 10, 2006 Getting To Prevention And Precaution: Building A Movement [Rachel's introduction: This is the printed handout that accompanied Peter Montague's PowerPoint talk, A Few Ideas about Building a

[Biofuel] Potential Allies For A Prevention / Precaution Movement

2006-06-23 Thread Keith Addison
http://tinyurl.com/jg635 Environmental Research Foundation June 10, 2006 Potential Allies For A Prevention / Precaution Movement URL of this document: http://tinyurl.com/jg635 [Rachel's introduction: This is the list of potential allies that we could join to create a social movement to

[Biofuel] The Coming Political Revolution

2006-06-23 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.precaution.org/lib/06/prn_political_revolution_coming.060619.htm Alternet, June 19, 2006 The Coming Political Revolution The era of corporate welfare and trickle-down economics championed by Republicans for 25 years is over. It's up to us to think of what will replace it. [Rachel's

[Biofuel] Worldwide oil consumption seen soaring

2006-06-23 Thread Keith Addison
http://money.cnn.com/2006/06/20/markets/oil_intl_outlook.reut/index.htm Worldwide oil consumption seen soaring - Jun. 20, 2006 Reuters, June 20, 2006 Oil Consumption Seen Soaring Much of world's growth will take place in Asia, although U.S. will still use the most; OPEC needed to meet bulk of

[Biofuel] The Rise Of A Political Paradox Brings Hope For The World

2006-06-23 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.precaution.org/lib/06/prn_pp_is_conservative.060616.htm Ode Magazine, June 16, 2006 The Rise Of A Political Paradox Brings Hope For The World [Rachel's introduction: In England, environmental advisor Zac Goldsmith plans to press four themes in drafting the new conservative platform

[Biofuel] A Few Ideas About Building A Movement

2006-06-23 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.precaution.org/lib/06/prn_movement_building.060610.htm Environmental Research Foundation, June 10, 2006 A Few Ideas About Building A Movement [Rachel's introduction: This is the talk Peter Montague gave June 10 at the national precaution conference in Baltimore. The original

Re: [Biofuel] Got A Little More Than Milk?

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
is great food! http://www.realmilk.com/why.html Campaign for Real Milk Best Keith From: Keith Addison [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: biofuel@sustainablelists.org Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 18:30:45 +0900 To: biofuel@sustainablelists.org Subject: [Biofuel] Got A Little More Than Milk? http

[Biofuel] Net Neutrality Diversion

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.tompaine.com/articles/2006/06/21/net_neutrality_diversion.php Net Neutrality Diversion Art Brodsky June 21, 2006 Art Brodsky is communications director for Public Knowledge, a public interest group working at the intersection of information and technology policy. A couple of

[Biofuel] EU way off course for meeting Kyoto targets: latest figures

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20060622/sc_afp/environmentclimateeu_060622134212 - Yahoo! News EU way off course for meeting Kyoto targets: latest figures by Richard Ingham Thu Jun 22, 9:42 AM ET PARIS (AFP) - New data has shown that the European Union (EU) remains embarrassingly off track for

[Biofuel] World Energy Consumption Could Be Cut by Half If Clean Technology Applied: IEA

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.commondreams.org/headlines06/0623-05.htm Published on Friday, June 23, 2006 by Agence France Presse World Energy Consumption Could Be Cut by Half If Clean Technology Applied: IEA by Rory Mulholland Oil and electricity consumption across the world could easily be cut by half, with

[Biofuel] Class Warfare: The Minimum Wage Goes Down

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.commondreams.org/views06/0622-28.htm Published on Thursday, June 22, 2006 by The Nation Class Warfare: The Minimum Wage Goes Down by Katrina vanden Heuvel The GOP just shafted the working people of America. By rejecting an attempt to raise the minimum wage, the Republican-controlled

[Biofuel] It's Official: We Live in Hot Times

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.commondreams.org/headlines06/0623-03.htm Published on Friday, June 23, 2006 by the San Francisco Chronicle It's Official: We Live in Hot Times Study of data on global warming supports earlier findings that recent decades have been the hottest in 400 years by Keay Davidson Earth's

[Biofuel] The Alchemists: Turning Blood Into Gold

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article13736.htm The Alchemists: Turning Blood Into Gold By Chris Floyd 06/23/06 Empire Burlesque -- -- This week an interesting story appeared in the Washington Post - buried on page 16, of course, lest anyone think it was of the slightest

[Biofuel] GAO warns U.S. vulnerable to oil cutoff

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/national/1153AP_Venezuelan_Oil.html GAO warns U.S. vulnerable to oil cutoff By H. JOSEF HEBERT ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER WASHINGTON -- Tight oil markets and little spare production capacity worldwide make the United States more vulnerable today to a cutoff of

[Biofuel] US campaign to stop Venezuela joining UN security council

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.guardian.co.uk/venezuela/story/0,,1801387,00.html Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | US campaign to stop Venezuela joining UN security council · Washington fears Chávez will block Iran sanctions · Latin American countries under pressure over vote Julian Borger in Washington

[Biofuel] World Scientists Unite to Attack Creationism

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.commondreams.org/headlines06/0622-03.htm Published on Thursday, June 22, 2006 by the Independent / UK World Scientists Unite to Attack Creationism by Sarah Cassidy The world's scientific community united yesterday to launch one of the strongest attacks yet on creationism, warning

[Biofuel] CEOs Earn 262 Times Pay of Average Worker

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.commondreams.org/headlines06/0622-07.htm Published on Thursday, June 22, 2006 by Reuters CEOs Earn 262 Times Pay of Average Worker by Kamal Taha Chief executive officers in the United States earned 262 times the pay of an average worker in 2005, the second-highest level in the 40

Re: [Biofuel] Worldwide oil consumption seen soaring

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
only political correctness to support them. Thankyou. Best wishes Keith Addison Journey to Forever KYOTO Pref., Japan http://journeytoforever.org/ Biofuel list owner David - Original Message - From: robert and benita rabello [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: biofuel@sustainablelists.org Sent

[Biofuel] Democracy in chains

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/greg_palast/2006/06/voting_rights_ act_nailed_to_bu.html Democracy in chains US Republicans are planning to change the law to stop black, Hispanic and Native American voters going to the polls in 2008. Greg Palast June 23, 2006 05:03 PM Don't kid

[Biofuel] In 2003, U.S. Spurned Iran's Offer of Dialogue

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article13737.htm In 2003, U.S. Spurned Iran's Offer of Dialogue Some Officials Lament Lost Opportunity By Glenn Kessler Washington Post Staff Writer 06/23/06 Washington Post --Sunday, June 18, 2006 -- Just after the lightning takeover of Baghdad by

[Biofuel] Capitalism That Works For All

2006-06-24 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.alternet.org/story/37920/ AlterNet: Capitalism That Works For All By Frances Moore Lappé, AlterNet. Posted June 23, 2006. In a region of northern Italy, the author of 'Diet For a Small Planet' discovered a cooperative approach to living that actually enhances human dignity. A

[Biofuel] Fwd: Interactive Mapping of Alternative Fuel Stations across the US

2006-06-27 Thread Keith Addison
FYI To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Interactive Mapping of Alternative Fuel Stations across the US From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2006 08:54:29 -0400 (EDT) Hi, I am writing to let persons interested in alternative fuels know that MapMuse.com has recently introduced interactive

Re: [Biofuel] castorbeans

2006-06-27 Thread Keith Addison
the following message that has many links. Best Regards. Juan Boveda Paraguay -original- From: Keith Addison [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED] ] Sent: 3/30/ 2006 5:38 For: mailto:Biofuel@sustainablelists.orgBiofuel@sustainablelists.org Subject: Re: [Biofuel] Seeking experience to produce

[Biofuel] China to flood US with improved Appleseeds for $220

2006-06-28 Thread Keith Addison
I don't know Wu Qing-Yuan or Yanson Corp in China, but he sent me this message below without comment, I guess he wants some publicity. I don't know if he checked it with Rudi first, but it says all over our website that we're journalists after all. I couldn't get much sense out of Yanson's

Re: [Biofuel] Winterizing biodiesel

2006-06-28 Thread Keith Addison
Hello All, I know it's a bit early for some of us to be thinking winter, but it occurs to me that the southern hemisphere is in the thick of it. I use BD100 in my car and go to BD70 in the winter. The 30% petro diesel is winterized and prevents my fuel from gelling. I'd like to

Re: [Biofuel] Got A Little More Than Milk?

2006-06-29 Thread Keith Addison
milk is illegal here in the land of the free. Cigarettes, no. Milk from the cow? Yes. Keith Addison wrote: Hi Keith, Last year I saw video footage of these cows with their poor infected udders that was EXTREMELY convincing never to drink milk again... We do get the organic butter

Re: [Biofuel] China to flood US with improved Appleseeds for $220

2006-06-30 Thread Keith Addison
done is what's supposed to happen with collaborative technology development, nobody could possibly object, or not with any reason. Best Keith Joe Keith Addison wrote: I don't know Wu Qing-Yuan or Yanson Corp in China, but he sent me this message below without comment, I guess he wants

Re: [Biofuel] Batch next week

2006-06-30 Thread Keith Addison
Anyone in the Chicago area brewing a batch next week? A friend of mine up near lincolnshire wants to watch someone do a batch and learn from it. Why learn other people's bad habits when you can develop bad habits of your very own? LOL! True though - you don't need anyone to hold your hand:

Re: [Biofuel] What ever happened to sweet catalyst?

2006-07-02 Thread Keith Addison
I think this is a replacement for acid only. It does not replace the base in the procedure. I may be something down the road but for now I think its just experimental. Jim It doesn't replace the acid either. As I said at the time it's not a new catalyst, it's just a different way of delivering

[Biofuel] Sustainable Monoculture? No, thanks!

2006-07-02 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.grain.org/articles/?id=16 GRAIN | Against the grain | 2006 | Sustainable Monoculture? No, thanks! Debunking agribusiness greenwash June 2006 Sustainable development has always been a chameleon-like concept, easily used to mystify environmental destruction. Agribusiness has a

Re: [Biofuel] An Inconvenient Truth

2006-07-02 Thread Keith Addison
http://eatthestate.org/10-21/WhatWouldGandhi.htm (June 22, 2006) What Would Gandhi Drive? by Colin Wright I must admit I liked An Inconvenient Truth, the new movie on global warming featuring Al Gore (www.climatecrisis.net). To be sure, I'm still suspicious of his free market politics and

[Biofuel] Farm Program Pays $1.3 Billion to People Who Don't Farm

2006-07-06 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/07/01/AR2006 070100962.html Farm Program Pays $1.3 Billion to People Who Don't Farm By Dan Morgan, Gilbert M. Gaul and Sarah Cohen Washington Post Staff Writers Sunday, July 2, 2006; A01 EL CAMPO, Tex. -- Even though Donald R. Matthews

Re: [Biofuel] An Inconvenient Truth

2006-07-06 Thread Keith Addison
http://eatthestate.org/ Eat the State! Vol. 10, Issue #22 6 July 06 Preparing For an Inconvenient Future Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth is a commendable movie, not least for its attempts to educate, rather than terrify, people about the facts and consequences of global warming. In

[Biofuel] Growers Reap Benefits Even in Good Years

2006-07-06 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/07/02/AR2006 070200691.html?referrer=email Growers Reap Benefits Even in Good Years Crops That Sell High Qualify for Payments By Dan Morgan, Sarah Cohen and Gilbert M. Gaul Washington Post Staff Writers Monday, July 3, 2006; A01 EDEN,

[Biofuel] Beyond Genetically Modified Crops

2006-07-06 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/07/03/AR2006 070300922_pf.html Beyond Genetically Modified Crops By Jeremy Rifkin Tuesday, July 4, 2006; A15 For years the life science companies -- Monsanto, Syngenta, Bayer, Pioneer Hi-Bred, etc. -- have argued that genetically

[Biofuel] GM is obsolete - non-GM biotech now the first choice

2006-07-06 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.gmwatch.org/print-archive2.asp?arcid=6668 GM is obsolete - non-GM biotech now the first choice (21/6/2006) The Foundation on Economic Trends (FET), founded by the economist Jeremy Rifkin, who has highlighted the dangers of genetic engineering since the early 1980s, has recently

Re: [Biofuel] was..was..smart car coming to US in 2008

2006-07-08 Thread Keith Addison
Hello Doug Maybe in parts of the world the emphasis on the individual being the smallest particle/denominator in society is attributable to the many problems thus associated/inherent in the developed world. What we do in work, in development, research, is all nothing but a sidelines, life and

Re: [Biofuel] Gov Auction for pressure filter

2006-07-08 Thread Keith Addison
Hello Bud, Aaron Aaron, My name is Bud and I'm new to this forum so I hope you folks can give a little slack if I get out of line. I have been using WVO for some time and had a lot of problems getting all of the junk out, but water was the biggest trouble. I tried filters, heating and

Re: [Biofuel] Gov Auction for pressure filter

2006-07-08 Thread Keith Addison
but if you were collecting large amounts of WVO for a coop and needed to maximize storage it would be handy. What for Jason? Superfluous. Use good oil and settle it. Best Keith Jason ICQ#: 154998177 MSN: [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Original Message - From: Keith Addison [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [Biofuel] Pimento rears his ugly head again. :-(

2006-07-09 Thread Keith Addison
All is explained. I was saying his publicity people are highly effective, and this is one reason at least why. Best Keith From: Book Club International [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Keith [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: {Spam?} Keith , THE HANDBOOK OF ENERGY UTILIZATION IN AGRICULTURE BY DAVID PIMENTEL

Re: [Biofuel] Peakoil.com

2006-07-10 Thread Keith Addison
much fuel can we grow? How much land will it take? http://journeytoforever.org/biofuel.html#howmuch Or maybe... http://snipurl.com/syl8 [Biofuel] Oil shortage threatens military Best Keith Addison Journey to Forever KYOTO Pref., Japan http://journeytoforever.org

Re: [Biofuel] Check Your Beliefs

2006-07-19 Thread Keith Addison
Hello Bob I think you should check your beliefs. http://www.fair.org/index.php?page=2921 'Because This Is the Middle East' http://snipurl.com/pg9x Re: [biofuel] Re: Oil and Israel 3 Jun 2004 Keith Yo Fritz, Yeah, right on Fritz. And just to prove it your ethnic forebears killed off six

Re: [Biofuel] Pump choice

2006-07-20 Thread Keith Addison
i have a pump question on a side note. will a window washer fluid pump from a car work in my little test reactor, or will it dissolve as well? I think it'll work, Michael Allen was using them in Thailand for things biodiesel and didn't have problems. Best Keith Jason ICQ#: 154998177 MSN:

Re: [Biofuel] Check your Beliefs

2006-07-23 Thread Keith Addison
previous work here with this issue, one reason being that establishing a framework where it could be discussed without distortion simply cost us too much. So go ahead - but do your homework first. Keith Addison Journey to Forever KYOTO Pref., Japan http://journeytoforever.org/ Biofuel list owner

Re: [Biofuel] Check your Beliefs

2006-07-23 Thread Keith Addison
Once again I'm much in agreement with Bill Blum. He seems to get inundated by a lot of the arguments that happen here too. (Poor guy.) I think we've had all this stuff now that he debunks, and more, not for the first time, and it's tiresome. Please see next. Thankyou. Keith Addison Journey

[Biofuel] Japan - was Re: Check your Beliefs

2006-07-23 Thread Keith Addison
of the planet and its' governments up close and personal and there you are in Japan. Yes, so I am. I carry the required Alien Registration Card but it doesn't say which planet I'm from, not Planet Japan though, LOL! All best Keith Thanks. Mike DuPree - Original Message - From: Keith Addison

Re: [Biofuel] Check your Beliefs

2006-07-25 Thread Keith Addison
Nice. ... And anyone who believes in God and the Last Day should say what is good or keep quiet. Sahih Al-Bukhari, Volume 8, Book 73, Number 47. (... though there's another side to that...) You might enjoy this, about the Spanish Arabs, by the estimable Dr Wrench, always a good read:

Re: [Biofuel] Fwd: Cool article: Going Green

2006-07-25 Thread Keith Addison
Hi Mike Hi Kirk and List...what a wonderful article. Of course there will be the naysayers who will tell us blah blah blah but good lord at least we're hearing about people in wasteful America trying to make a difference. Refreshing. I have a question for you and the List: any ideas on

Re: [Biofuel] Japan - was Re: Check your Beliefs

2006-07-25 Thread Keith Addison
Thanks again, Keith. Cool. I do wish you and Midori the very best. Mike And thankyou, Mike. All best to you Keith - Original Message - From: Keith Addison [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: biofuel@sustainablelists.org Sent: Monday, July 24, 2006 12:29 AM Subject: [Biofuel] Japan - was Re

Re: [Biofuel] Fluorescent fuel?

2006-07-27 Thread Keith Addison
Using vegetable oils or animal fats as fuel for motor vehicles is in effect running them on solar energy. All biofuels, including ethanol, are derived from the conversion of sunlight to energy (carbohydrates) that takes place in the green leaves of plants. Plants take up carbon dioxide (CO2)

[Biofuel] Five Myths That Sanction Israel's War Crimes

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.counterpunch.org/cook07262006.html Jonathan Cook: Primetime Lies from the American Media July 26, 2006 Five Myths That Sanction Israel's War Crimes Primetime Lies from the American Media By JONATHAN COOK NAZARETH - This week I had the pleasure to appear on American radio, on the

[Biofuel] Anyone Who Opposes Israel is Labeled a Terrorist

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.counterpunch.org/prashad07292006.html Vijay Prashad: Cry Havoc Weekend Edition July 29/30 2006 Anyone Who Opposes Israel is Labeled a Terrorist Cry Havoc By VIJAY PRASHAD The G-8 statement on Israel's war on Lebanon puts the onus on Hezbollah. The Europeans are wringing their

[Biofuel] [corp-focus] SIGNS OF THE TIMES

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
From: robert weissman [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [corp-focus] SIGNS OF THE TIMES Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2006 12:45:27 -0400 SIGNS OF THE TIMES By Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman Using a statistical lens, two just-released books shed light on the ravages of corporate

[Biofuel] China to help Pak build 6 N-power stations

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1821176.cms China to help Pak build 6 N-power stations [ 28 Jul, 2006 1229hrs ISTIANS ] ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's China card with regard to cooperation in nuclear energy worked almost at the same time as the India-US civil nuclear deal was being

[Biofuel] Global Warming -- Signed, Sealed and Delivered

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-oreskes24jul24,0, 7925596.story?coll=la-news-comment-opinions - Los Angeles Times Global Warming -- Signed, Sealed and Delivered Scientists agree: The Earth is warming, and human activities are the principal cause. By Naomi Oreskes, NAOMI

[Biofuel] India could make 50 warheads under nuclear deal with Bush

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
http://news.independent.co.uk/world/asia/article1199351.ece Independent Online Edition Asia India could make 50 warheads under nuclear deal with Bush By Justin Huggler in Delhi Published: 27 July 2006 The US House of Representatives was set to vote yesterday on a nuclear deal with India that

[Biofuel] Timeline: Crisis in Lebanon

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/35772526-C1A8-4599-868C-E513C4F29C9B.htm Aljazeera.Net - Timeline: Crisis in Lebanon Sunday 30 July 2006, 1:16 Makka Time, 22:16 GMT Israeli tanks roll into south Lebanon Related: Refugees pour into Syria Syria may be the key to peace

[Biofuel] Down the Memory Hole

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
From: FAIR [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.fair.org/index.php?page=2928 Media Advisory Down the Memory Hole Israeli contribution to conflict is forgotten by leading papers 7/28/06 In the wake of the most serious outbreak of Israeli/Arab violence in years, three leading U.S. papers—the Washington

[Biofuel] {Spam?} Hezbollah, Hamas and Israel: Everything You Need To Know

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.counterpunch.org/cockburn07212006.html July 21, 2006 A perilous excursion into the distant past, starting seven whole weeks ago Hezbollah, Hamas and Israel: Everything You Need To Know By ALEXANDER COCKBURN As the tv networks give unlimited airtime to Israel's apologists, the

[Biofuel] The Lies Israel Tells Itself (And We Tell On Its Behalf)

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.counterpunch.org/cook07282006.html Jonathan Cook: The Lies Israel Tells Itself July 28, 2006 How the Deliberate Became Only Apparent The Lies Israel Tells Itself (And We Tell On Its Behalf) By JONATHAN COOK Nazareth. When journalists use the word apparently, or another favorite

[Biofuel] Israel set war plan more than a year ago

2006-07-29 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article14127.htm Israel set war plan more than a year ago Strategy was put in motion as Hezbollah began increasing its military strength By Matthew Kalman, Chronicle Foreign Service 07/21/06 San Francisco Chronicle -- -- Jerusalem -- Israel's military

Re: [Biofuel] Castor Beans

2006-07-31 Thread Keith Addison
://www.mail-archive.com/biofuel@sustainablelists.org/msg64046.html Re: [Biofuel] Castor oil 22 Jun 2006 Please do not disregard previous discussions or you effectively lobotomise the list. You're required to use the list resources. Thankyou. Keith Addison Journey to Forever KYOTO Pref., Japan http

Re: [Biofuel] Future car: What will you be driving?

2006-07-31 Thread Keith Addison
And/or 100,000 gallons of oil per acre when growing algae. Todd Swearingen \ Um, where exactly are these acres of algae each producing 100,000 gallons of oil? Anywhere here on Planet Earth in August 2006? :-) Keith Kirk McLoren wrote: 1000 gallons methanol per acre with hemp if using

[Biofuel] Fwd: Scientists Fear Retaliation for Voicing Safety Concerns

2006-08-01 Thread Keith Addison
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Sat, 22 Jul 2006 00:30:17 EDT LOTS OF LINKS TO RELATED MATERIALS HERE http://www.ucsusa.org/scientific_integrity/interference/fda-scientist -survey.html --- FDA Scientists Pressured to Exclude, Alter Findings; Scientists Fear Retaliation for Voicing Safety Concerns

[Biofuel] The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil

2006-08-01 Thread Keith Addison
Contact: Megan Quinn 937-767-2161 mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED][EMAIL PROTECTED] New Documentary Film on Cuba The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio - May 2006 . . . The just released film, The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil, documents Cuba's

[Biofuel] The US and Foreign Aid Assistance

2006-08-01 Thread Keith Addison
As much as half of Official Development Assistance aid may be considered phantom aid http://www.globalissues.org/TradeRelated/Debt/USAid.asp The US and Foreign Aid Assistance - Global Issues by Anup Shah This Page Last Updated Sunday, July 09, 2006 Summary Official foreign aid effectiveness is

[Biofuel] Crisis in Lebanon, 2006

2006-08-01 Thread Keith Addison
http://www.globalissues.org/Geopolitics/MiddleEast/Palestine/lebanonco nflict.asp Palestine and Israel Crisis in Lebanon, 2006 by Anup Shah * This Page Created Sunday, July 30, 2006 The rise in violence in mid-2006 that has seen the destruction of much of Beirut and other parts of Lebanon

Re: [Biofuel] Exxon funding - update

2006-08-01 Thread Keith Addison
Hi Tallex Thanks for this. Hi all, Here is an updated list of Exxon funded orgs. Now, of course I am not against fighting malaria, It's just a front group for pushing more use of DDT. See: http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Africa_Fighting_Malaria Africa Fighting Malaria - SourceWatch

[Biofuel] WTO Doha Development Trade Round Collapses, at end of July 2006

2006-08-01 Thread Keith Addison
Anup Shah http://www.globalissues.org WTO Doha Development Trade Round Collapses, at end of July 2006 Friday, July 28, 2006 Supposed to be a Development round of trade talks, the almost five year-long Doha round collapsed at the end of July, 2006. The US found itself on the defensive as around

Re: [Biofuel] safe temperature

2006-08-01 Thread Keith Addison
Hi Rafal What is max temperature you would consider safe for the process ? I know methanol boils at 64.7 degC, but it starts evaporating before reaching this point. Does that mean the temperature higher than 55 degC kept for, say half a minute, causes that a big part of methanol goes away ?

Re: [Biofuel] Future car: What will you be driving?

2006-08-03 Thread Keith Addison
*From:* Keith Addison [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] *To:* biofuel@sustainablelists.org *Sent:* Tue, 01 Aug 2006 02:46:51 -0300 *Subject:* Re: [Biofuel] Future car: What will you be driving? And/or 100,000 gallons of oil per acre when growing algae. Todd

Re: [Biofuel] Future car: What will you be driving?

2006-08-03 Thread Keith Addison
We might even be able to harvest those algae blooms and make biodiesel from it. Or begin remediation and interception projects to harvest algae? Lake Apopka in Florida used to be the world's best bass fishing (before mercury bioaccumation manifested itself as a reality). People flocked there

Re: [Biofuel] Future car: What will you be driving?

2006-08-03 Thread Keith Addison
droppings) out of luck. Todd Swearingen Keith Addison wrote: And/or 100,000 gallons of oil per acre when growing algae. Todd Swearingen \ Um, where exactly are these acres of algae each producing 100,000 gallons of oil? Anywhere here on Planet Earth in August 2006? :-) Keith Kirk McLoren

Re: [Biofuel] Using biodiesel in newer truck-cars

2006-08-03 Thread Keith Addison
on that page and the next page and at the links in the text. It tells you everything you need to know. Best wishes Keith Addison Journey to Forever KYOTO Pref., Japan http://journeytoforever.org/ but would like to hear more from anyone that has had trouble with the newer engines. Please keep

[Biofuel] Fwd: Eat To Live: GM cornfields under attack

2006-08-03 Thread Keith Addison
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2006 22:59:57 EDT Subject: Eat To Live: GM cornfields under attack Eat To Live: GM cornfields under attack By Julia Watson United Press International, Aug 2 2006 http://www.upi.com/ConsumerHealthDaily/view.php?StoryID=20060802-060354-6824r LE BUGUE,

[Biofuel] Why genetic engineering is dangerous

2006-08-04 Thread Keith Addison
Why genetic engineering is dangerous by Pat Howard and Arne Hansen Common Ground (Canada) August 2006 http://www.commonground.ca/iss/0608181/cg181_GMOs.shtml Common Ground - July 2006 - The world is not an ice cream cone The Canadian GM risk assessment process is so simplistic that not a single

Re: [Biofuel] Future car: What will you be driving?

2006-08-04 Thread Keith Addison
the promised advantages, I'll be quite happy to accept it, as I've shown in the past, having encouraged several attempts here, and elsewhere. The guy who's the list-owner of the algae biodiesel discussion group couldn't do any better either, just around the corner, right. Yawn. Keith Addison

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