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ethanol from seaweed

I don't know if this is news or not. But it makes sense.

Seaweed Study Fuels Bioenergy Enthusiasm - Science News
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sadly, everybody seems to be stuck on "ethanol comes from corn and is starving all the cows" it can be made from much better sources.
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