Sources: EPA , , AAA
quote: But increasing the ethanol content by 5% wouldn't do anything to any vehicle that runs on E10.
quote: The way AAA went about it by working with manufactures to say this would cause engine damage is liken to how Marijuana activists are trying to legalize pot on the medical platform. The arguments are ridiculous.
quote: There was a slight difference in means (E10=28.1 MPG; E0=28.64 MPG) but it was not statistically significant (p=0.56).This was in contrast to the first impression when I got 26.4 MPG with E10 and it went up to 27.7 with E0.
quote: The trend was so clear there was no point in doing an uncertainty analysis.
quote: I'm not the only one who has noticed a 5-10% impact on gas mileage. You assume we are all wrong because the results don't agree with your beliefs.
quote: Is your Ph.D. in a hard science such as Physics or Chemistry?
quote: Meah, reading between the lines, it doesn't appear that E10 is going anywhere. So maybe it's just me, but I'm not as pumped about this decision as I should be.