Coal and oil makes us sick? Check out Senator Harry Reid on YouTube. Senator Reid, we hear the talk, but where is the action? Harry Reid, the Senate majority leader heads the “do nothing Congress.” Senator Reid, why do you give an interview to talk about the U.S. getting off coal and oil and start […]
Guess who is negotiating to buying the famous Chrysler Building in New York?? Abu Dhabi is trying to buy the Chrysler Building, the latest Big Apple trophy being coveted by oil-rich sovereign wealth funds is the landmark Chrysler Building. Wake up America, our hard earned money purchases gasoline and oil products. The money goes back […]
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead Just recently on the Discovery Channel website, there was an article about using kudzu for making ethanol. This article gave another Approval for Kudzu as a Potential Biofuel and could […]
“Men go mad in herds but only come to their senses one by one.” – Charles Mackay, the 19th-century Scottish journalist Our elite U.S. Congress has a loophole in a bill that is using American taxpayers’ money to help pay for biodiesel being shipped overseas to Europe. Have your heard of the “Splash and Dash” […]
Jatropha curcas, a tree shrub with biodiesel nuts. The Jatropha plant profile. Would you believe a new plant (tree) is being used to produce biodiesel to power engines and motors? Have you heard of the Jatropha tree, Jatropha Curcas? Biodiesel from a nut producing tree that will be a sustainable green fuel product. The nuts […]
Corn and oil prices keep rising and are having more drastic effects on our lives and killing us in the pocketbook. All other grain crops are being affected but the USDA says that corn ethanol has only affected food prices by 4.0%? I call this fuzzy math. What does this mean for future food costs? […]
Kudzu (Pueraria lobata) was introduced to the United States twenty-five years before the turn of the twentieth century, and is currently found naturalized throughout the southeastern states 125 years later.
Have you been watching the debate this week on the Lieberman/Warner Cap and Trade Bill? A historical moment or just another round of rhetoric from most U.S. Senators who want to be on TV? This week, one of the biggest heated legislative and lobbying wars of 2008 comes to a head as the Senate takes […]