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environment. If they really were serious they would look at the technology of the
power plants and focus on maximizing them. While they have made strides,
they are far from going as far as they can. America has lost the will and ability
to do the development needed and have left that to other countries. That is a
Reply from MARC:
Hi Scotty - Although it's already late Saturday, I hope the rest of your weekend
will be lots of fun. I think that your desire to improve the technology at power
plants is admirable. If you have or know of any workable solutions I'd love to
Regarding mileage reduction due to ethanol added to gasoline, you are however incorrect. Also, the food vs. fuel issue is not a real issue. It was only invented by the oil industry to denigrate America's potential to rely on ethanol.
I bring these points up because if you're like me, a patriotic American who wants
what is best for our country, then I know you'll appreciate learning the facts.
Corn use for ethanol does not affect food prices. The sole reason why American
farmers grow as much corn as they do is because there is a profitable demand
for the corn for ethanol production. If this demand was not there the farmers
would not be growing the corn. In fact, they might not be growing anything.
I would rather my fuel money rewards American farmers rather than foreign
dictators and terrorist regimes.
Exxon/Mobil, like all petroleum oil companies, is a predatory organization
whose only desire is to keep Americans enslaved by its poisonous fuels and
destructive economic practices.
You'll probably have some questions, and you may even strike out at me as if I
have been the one misleading you over this issue. However, I can assure you
that I can provide point-by-point indisputable evidence to back up my position.
All you have to do is be willing to read the material (or watch the videos, in some