Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole

2004-06-14 Thread Keith Addison
Addison [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday, June 12, 2004 5:31 PM Subject: Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole George Smiley wrote: Trouble with methane - it's the lightest of all those 'anes' and the amount you can put in a car tire will get you about as far as you walked

Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole

2004-06-13 Thread bmolloy
AM Subject: Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole Greetings Bob Fancy meeting you here! LOL! What a world, eh? It sure does have its brighter moments. Folks, this young feller Bob Molloy and I worked together at the Cape Times in Cape Town 27 years ago just before I left South Africa

Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole

2004-06-13 Thread George Smiley
] To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday, June 12, 2004 5:31 PM Subject: Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole George Smiley wrote: Trouble with methane - it's the lightest of all those 'anes' and the amount you can put in a car tire will get you about as far as you walked with the tire. Saw

Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole

2004-06-13 Thread Kim Garth Travis
At 06:44 AM 6/13/2004, you wrote: Instead of considering how we can continue to drive our behemoths (like 6 litre Fords or ancient Hillmans) on a substitute for dino fuel, just consider how far you could go with say a recliner bike with a 50cc or smaller assist running from say a 5 litre tank of

Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole

2004-06-12 Thread George Smiley
like a caisson into a water tank But it is purely a stationary fuel. - Original Message - From: Keith Addison [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday, June 12, 2004 3:02 AM Subject: Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole Greetings Bob Fancy meeting you here! LOL! What

Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole

2004-06-12 Thread Keith Addison
: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole Greetings Bob Fancy meeting you here! LOL! What a world, eh? It sure does have its brighter moments. Folks, this young feller Bob Molloy and I worked together at the Cape Times in Cape Town 27 years ago just before I left South Africa, and it was a real

Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole

2004-06-11 Thread Keith Addison
Greetings Bob Fancy meeting you here! LOL! What a world, eh? It sure does have its brighter moments. Folks, this young feller Bob Molloy and I worked together at the Cape Times in Cape Town 27 years ago just before I left South Africa, and it was a real delight to get an email from him a few