Start-up drills for oil in algae | CNET

By , May 30, 2005 10:04 am

Start-up drills for oil in algae | CNET


One Response to “Start-up drills for oil in algae | CNET”

  1. Steve says:

    Oylent Green, maybe? Looks promising. Of course, you could use thermal repolyermerization and make ANY kind of petroleum product out of it, at the cost of some of the product in energy costs. I suspect this is the way we are heading in the (possibly far) future, it all depends on how quick we run out/become severely restricted on our easily reached natural supply–history shows that human nature is such that we take the easy way until we have no other choice. Oh, there are always those enlightened few that blaze trails for the rest of us, otherwise we wouldn’t be here anymore, or we would still be fighting the jackals and hyenas for a few scraps of putrid water buffalo around an African waterhole…….

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