Good Evening Everyone.
I want to invite everyone out to the Energy Park tomorrow
afternoon. We will be working toward an airtight seal on The
Cauldron of Hope. Cometh my fellow optimists and let us find the
methanogenesis that we seek.
On a serious note, the current goal of our digester work is to
begin doing some feasibility studies on the use of invasive plant
species in our area as a feedstock for an anoxic process that
yields methane gas. I am aware that opposition to renewable
energy, that can potentially lead our society on a more
sustainable path, abound. I am aware that my original goal of
competing with the grid is a little bit too bold at this time. I
am also aware that by removing invasive species from direct
contact with the habitats they threaten is a positive measure.
The potential for nutrient mangement of this waste stream for the
better good is at our disposal. Nutrient rich water lettuce, for
example, would be a primo fertilizer for my organic garden upon
the completion of the digestion process. We have nothing to
lose. We just might be able to light up a few fires if we can
manipulate the bio- chemistry right, so I urge anyone who wants to
help me explore the possibilities of a sustainable future to come
on by tomorrow and help me out.