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Biodiesel Backlash.............

For several years now I've been telling anybody that would listen that large bio plants were NOT the way to go. We need de-centralized bio production. The fuel should be made where the crops are grown, Not in massive plants. Looks like I was right........................ Local News | Biofuel backlash: High prices, pollution worries hit consumers | Seattle Times Newspaper
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Good call. I believe we will eventually "discover" that a true economy of size is a lot smaller than most businesses are organized at. Particularly when additional items like national security (vs. "Homeland Security") are considered.
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