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    Malignant Opiophobia is a cultural condition unique to US culture. We insist on seeing harm where none is occurring. ...

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    $noticker While surgery is at the foundation of cancer treatment, its access is limited in low-income countries. Here, ...

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    The waste of Trillions of $$$ by government mandated " Renewable Energy Schemes" and its negative impact on the environm...

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    This looks appealing on the surface and increasing the food supply will become needed as populations grow. Genetically m...

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    ben This is very interesting. If this can be scaled up to real world use this could be the breakthrough that would final...

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    Nano-spike catalysts convert carbon dioxide directly into ethanol https://www.ornl.gov/news/nano-spike-catalysts-conver...

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    This is for David B., who wrote in asking about Ableona Therapeutics, a Texan firm that markets purified alfa-1-antitryp...

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    Drained, hosed and frustrated, I think the worst part of that has been, it was exploited to grow corn to make Ethanol as...

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    I am impressed mightily by this conglomerate,especially the INGEN division. They really do put the Ingen in ingenuity! ...

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    You may know that all potatoes Batatas are of south American origin. Most we are familiar with are from varieties broug...

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    $PTN (I'm long). For other PTN followers, "7:31 am Palatin Technologies presents Phase 1 data from a bremelanotide a...

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    Sure, if course if it's "just like gasoline" it had the same energy content. Any energy differences to make it from Na...

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    Re: Feedstock for gasoline Look at the deal just signed between XON and Dominion (Dominion lends credence to the proces...

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    Ben I do not think I am likely to invest in this. Hemp as a fuel source is like a shovel with a rope handle,,,non produc...

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    "GTL has a much lower energy content." GTL is a process. The products produced by that process have whatever energy ...

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    In the current view of the universe all energy is stellar in origin. Yes, our sun,,sol,,is a small yellow star so solar ...

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    HN The AG sector is currently out of favor but it will return,,,people must eat. You can always make some money in parts...

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    Joe you are right ,,we already subsidize $billions with no evidence of any benefit,,,such as ethanol boondoggle flimflam...

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    If I may come back to the subject: $1.71 gasoline: First, it's Fischer-Tropsch, not Tropf. Second: Sasol's new gigant...

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    Intriguing potential trade play coming up on Israeli biotech Alcobra ($ADHD). Alcobra is developing metadoxine, a der...

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    Intriguing potential trade play coming up on Israeli biotech Alcobra ($ADHD). Alcobra is developing metadoxine, a der...

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    How much oceanfront land is undeveloped there that could be used to build a plant that uses seawater plus algae plus sol...

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    Pennsylvania and Rhode Island have imposed harsh MedicAid restrictions for access to new HCV drugs. For persons who h...

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    Solar cycles are an adequate explanation of ice ages,,Exactly how would increased CO2 cause an ice age? You do know th...

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    Sean Brodrick is probably not a Chemical Engineer. Most of you that post on this website have no expertise to conceive,...

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    Stan I agree,,many years ago I saw the end result of stoners thinking THC gave them the driving ability of pro racers & ...

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    Outrageously interesting conversation fodder for your next office party or dinner with friends. The urban legends you ma...

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    HENRY FORD was rite - best plant in the world- its a weed so no planting required- will seed it self during harvest - no...

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    Joseph; I think MI is myocardial infarction,,,heart attack. If you like humor don't try this at home, for profession...

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    Travis this is a great article. Remember years ago when there was a wheat subsidy & many corps. got into farming for ...

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    Elaborating on my earlier blog, ETOGAS is a viable process for converting CO2 reacting with low electrolytic hydrogen ma...

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    PEIX had a big day today, bouncing over 10.6% to $15.81. Q1 ends on Monday so the results will be in the books. Wa...

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    Actually PEIX has all four plants in the West. They place their plants close to their customers, minimizing distance to...

  • frank archambeau

    It seems the best place to produce ethanol is where you have both low cost corn & natural gas. West coast has neither &...

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    Nobody has mentioned the energy input into growing feedstock for this and other "green" processes. Most agriculture depe...

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    RE: "I can’t say that I remember a specific catalyst to all of those [fuel cell and hydrogen] companies collapsing in ...

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    Sounds almost as good as corn based ethanol. Windmills are very high maintenance so free is not free....

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    Whether you make ethanol or diesel out of sugar does not matter. Both conversion processes are well understood but, ove...

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    Well you likely can't avoid it totally. But you can avoid the Flex fuel 85% ethanol, and in the Midwest, especially Iow...

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    John, where can you buy fuel without ethanol in it?...

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    The body naturally produces alcohol in the intestinal tract by fermentation of ingested food. Even teetotalers and child...

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    With all due respect to Nuttsman (with their PhD), numerous studies have shown that it is principally the ethanol that c...

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    The real paradox in the French Paradox is that only red wine confers the benefit. So, although it is probably not resver...

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    I agree, Resveratrol is not necessarily the magic ingredient in wine. Small amounts of ethanol may be. You probably ...

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    When the E-85 ethanol gas started to make significant sales, the price of gasoline suddenly dropped and stayed low until...

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    I would like to torpedo all of these imbecilic energy plans:.....Hydrogen, Ethanol from corn, fusion....and see more pro...

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    Well I call it the invest in commodities with yield and yield in commodities currencies. themes. One of those themes is...

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    II have some shares in UK listed GTL - a really risky ethanol play.If prices were to fall,it mightt not survive.But in P...

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    From the Energy Letter: Any thoughts who these "teasers" might be? Here’s a small sample of some fast-track, pedal-...

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    I wish they'd eliminate all ethanol! It's expensive, cannot be pipelined, must be trucked. Have you noticed y...

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    Are you talking about VRNM? They are as close to a pure play in cellulosic ethanol as you can get. They have a great tea...

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    Yeah-been burnt too! Git into Australian Ethanol (revamped as Agri-Energy with plant in USA) but they went down the tub...

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    (partly OT!) This Jan. 2009 article has quite a bit to say about Verenium (VRNM) (cellulosic ethanol) and Syntroleu...

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    I think Andy is pushing VRNM also. However,if your following the Gov't grants,their were only six Bio-Fuel Corp.�...

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    One thing that I'm thinking that may be a flaw to the expansion of this bio fuels technology; Consumers having an i...

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    Can any of these GRREN stocks make any money without sudsidies from the government? Yes we all love a clean, green envir...

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    Tried this one a few years ago. He is very big on major themes, like alternative fuels and natural food. He concentrates...

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    Wind energy based on government funding may well follow the fiasco known as ethanol, which was all the rage as ittle as ...

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    2 years from now life without it will be unimaginable. Its impact will be greater than the railroad… automobile…...

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    I don't drink beer, or even coffee for that matter, but I'm here too, thanks to your engaging wit, words and wonderful r...

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    Aha! You're right -- didn't think of another ethanol one for this pick, but that makes perfect sense. Thanks Troy ...

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    I believe the company you are looking for is Brazil-based Cosan Group CZZ Brazil-based Cosan Group is the largest gr...

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    I believe the company you are looking for is Brazil-based Cosan Group CZZ Brazil-based Cosan Group is the largest ...

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    Am enjoying your site immensely, nice job Travis! At $100 oil (or $60 for that matter), I've been picking up energy tec...

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    Hey i looked into Verenium Corp (VRNM), they just got a big grant from the goverment to invest in the production on etha...

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