Turning food into fuel is quite a heavy issue. Maybe we 
have a societal virus, and are spiraling into anthropological 

--Or perhaps (hopefully) we have just developed quite a strange 
way of perception, excluding ourselves from our environment, our 
place within the ecological cycle. Waste it seems is the real 
issue.  Our wastes are not looked upon as having any value at all, 
whereas in an ecosystem ones biological waste is another's 
But how does this relate, how can we turn our wastes into fuel?

Put it back in the cycle!

1. Archaea. can turn animal feces, among other organic wastes into 
methane gas (yes humans are animals) There are already LNG and CNG 
cars capable of running on methane gas.

2. Algae. can use the elemental nutrients found within our sewage 
waters coupled with the power from the sun (photosynthesis) to 
produce lipids, which can be turned into biodiesel.

~Just two ways to bring our excessive excrement back to the 
biological base.

-scott J.E.

On Thu Mar 29 00:54:40 EDT 2007, Rob Brinkman 
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>      With rising oil prices aren't there also going to be price 
> increases in food due to all the petroleum used to produce crops? 
>  The essential problem is not biofuels it is uncontrolled 
> population growth, as well as wasting of all forms of energy.  He 
> is campaigning for a ban he will never get, there are far more 
> powerful and influential forces than he who support biofuels, 
> largely for their own financial self-interests.  I think Monbiot 
> would have more influence to argue for restrictions on the worst 
> unsustainable agricultural practices and for more efficient use 
> of all fuels.  There are real issues to be concerned with, the 
> best way to address them is to focus on those issues and not 
> attack biofuels all together.
> Rob Brinkman
>   ----- Original Message -----   From: Fueling Station   To: 
> [log in to unmask]   Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 7:28 PM
>   Subject: Re: Freeze the use of biofuels
>   he is a bit extreme in his views, but thought provoking 
> nonetheless.
>   David Adams
>   The Fueling Station
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