This is the best information I have ever found about ethanol, click on "Our book on Alcohol" and check out the sample chapters, especialy "qualities of Alcohol fuel." I can't wait for the book to go into print. http://www.permaculture.com/alcohol/book/index.shtml
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Last edited by The_Ryan_Lilly; 04-13-2005 at 03:47 AM.
thanks for that, has a lot of useful info to debunk the common myths that are proliferated even here on FTE, in some of the other discussions.
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Ryan, excellent link, thank you very much. I'd have posted it myself but it seemed to disappear awhile back. I believe the whole book may have been on the net at one time. The stuff in there is the very information that the oil companies desperatly don't want you to have. It is a real solution, and therefore a threat to them, and they know it. But the information is slowly getting out. It will probably take a few years, but I think we will see alot more ethanol on the scene. Oil being at or above 50$ a barrel is only going to make it happen faster. DF
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