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December 11, 2006

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amazingdrx

Excellent preoject! Except for the choice of corn. Algae in solar collectors mounted on the roofs and over the parking lots in this city would do the same thing with no land destroyed by chemical agriculture.

But it does prove that biogas can meet energy needs.

Also the CO2 release from this system is problematic. with algae in solar collectors, instead of corn, the cO2 is reabsorbed instead of released into the atmosphere.

Additionally this system does not produce biodisel as a transportation fuel. Like an algae system can. Another whoops, when it comes to best investment of capital.

emily

Europe Energised-----will lights go out in 2050?

Aachen,09/10---10/10/2008

http://www.wissenschaftsparlament.eu/en

ivan

Check this forum

http://www.schlattmann.de/en-biogas/forum/viewtopic.php?t=78

NFL shop

I would like to thank you for the efforts you've made in writing this posting.

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