Archive | December, 2008

Chemically Green: A Year in Review

As 2008 comes to an end, Chemically Green would like to thank everyone who has helped this blog grow and become an influential green blog. Here are some of our favorite posts from this year, followed by some major goals being set for CG to meet in 2009.   Our Top Kudzu Posts Kudzu Plant […]

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Lend Me Some Sugar, I’m an Addict!

An interesting article on sugar and its addictive nature was just released from Princeton University and the evidence is startling. Is sugar as addictive as cocaine?¬† The answer is a resounding yes, based on recent released data on sugar and addiction. It all starts with Corn. The processing of corn yields high fructose corn syrup, […]

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I’m Dreaming of a Green Christmas

For those readers who did not see the National NBC Nightly New with Brian Willams on Monday night, there was an interview with Doug Mizell from Agro*Gas Industries LLC about making kudzunol, ethanol from kudzu. I have worked with Doug since early last summer and have posted about Kudzunol and did a video interview with […]

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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn? Nope, Myanmar.

Will a Small Nut Save the World? Picture Credit: C Mulvany I remember meeting with a research scientist last summer who’s background was biofuels and engineering. We talked about various feed stocks for biodiesel and when the topic came to Jatropha Curcas, he surprised me with the following statement: “Jatropha won’t make it because it […]

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America and China and India, Oh My!

India’s Auto Expo, Picture Credit: Swapan22sadar’s photostream The economic consensus has been that China and India could withstand an economic slowdown in America because of their booming economies. China and India have been depending on America for their economies to keep running strong. Gee, do you think that as Americans’ hunger for goods from these […]

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