We can end our dependence on oil within the next 10 years, but it won't happen by magic. It's up to us to create the conditions necessary to give drivers a choice of fuels at the pump. Competition will reduce prices, cut pollution, improve health and strengthen the nation.
Fuel Freedom will reduce the cost of driving your car or truck by forcing gasoline to compete with other fuels. Competition will energize the economy, strengthen our national security, and reduce emissions that harm the environment and our health.
Aug 25, 2016Explore EPA’s Annual AirTrends Report 2016 Using a New Interactive Web Application 0 Comments Then: “The George Washington Bridge in Heavy Smog,” May 1973.Now: “Thermal Inversion Freedom Tower,” March 2013. By Arthur Zuco Imagine standing on the banks of the Hudson River, air so thick wi...
Matt CiderWell, I'll tell you what the real reason that we don't have ethanol more widely available and cheap is because the farm bill act subsidizes corn for high fructose corn syrup which is another poison for Humanity, because all the fructose must pass through the liver be converted to fat and then it can be burned as energy in the metabolic processes. Get rid of all sugar subsidies including the corn syrup and you'll solve that problem real quick. Furthermore if we could somehow make solar dirt cheap and ban energy companies from lobbying and forcing them to buy the power that is produced, we might be able to move forward in life. Corruption corruption everywhere that is the big issue
"Peak oil — or something similar — could come back from the dead. And unlike most zombies, it doesn't want your brains: It wants to drain your wallet, to pollute the air you breathe, and to alter the climate you depend on." ... See MoreSee Less
Jay ToupsPeak oil isn't a zombie, it's zombie juice. Motorists are zombies and most don't much care as long as there's enough money left after tanking up and big box shopping to blot out existential pain with alcohol, drugs, Twinkies, Ho Hos or Facebook.
Pete RobillardIt's not rocket science to combine CO2 and H2 to make simple hydrocarbons and oxygen to be reburned later, it's just not worth it. It takes more energy to force the chemical change than can be released again afterward. So they found a way for bacteria to do it. Cool. Plants do it for free.
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Keith HeffernanOh that's smart.... Let's gobble up the CO2 for fuel and then all PLANTS CAN'T BREATHE AND THEREFORE GIVE OFF OXYGEN FOR US TO BREATHE