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Princeton says energy-dense slew of renewable and fossil resources could solve the nation's fuel shortages

Sources: AIChE Journal, Princeton University

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By Alexvrb on 12/6/2012 11:08:32 PM , Rating: 2
Yeah and Obama's EPA is hellbent on pushing out corn E15. Then we'll really be getting cornholed.

We need to use better methods of producing alcohol, but also we'd be better off with butanol blends instead of ethanol.

By Fallen Kell on 12/7/2012 2:07:45 PM , Rating: 2
Not to mention that I know I won't use it. I don't even like using E10 that is out there now with my car. Even that little difference is enough in a fuel injected turbo equipped engine to screw up the fuel/air ratios to damage the engine. Not to mention the drop in power compared to regular fuel, making you use more gas to get where you are going.

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