Monday, March 20, 2006

Make Your Own Oil, United States!

bio oil"It is technically feasible to use biomass for the production of all the materials that we currently produce from petroleum," said professor Robert C. Brown, director of the Office of Biorenewables Programs at Iowa State University. The United States can grow enough fresh biomass -- more than a billion tons each year -- to supplant at least a third of its annual petroleum use. [Read More About It]
Mr. Bonez sez, "Why the hell aren't we already doing it?!?"


Tara Tainton said...

I ask the very same question time and again. It seems that, in this country, we won't see real progress until it's the last hope, the last possibility, the only way for us to get from point A to point B when we wake up some morning and realize all other resources are gone. :(

Bonez said...

The frustration is that we (the world) have the technology and the wherewithall to cut our dependency on oil so much more than we do. With alternative fuels, more fuel efficient engines, and even oil-less cars... I sincerely feel we could cut our need for foregin oil in half if not more in a very short time (less than five years if we are aggressive). But of course, it all boils down to money and big business... the ones who really control our world and our lives.