This article says nay.

posted by dharh 9:40 PM Sep 27th, 2007

Wow not only are we using corn crops and such to make ethanol and plastics but we can make other stuff out of plant sugars?

posted by dharh 1:15 AM Jun 17th, 2007

Score one for the largest consumer of global energy.

posted by dharh 10:00 AM Feb 16th, 2007

This is another pointer post but I thought it was interesting. 8 technologies for a green future.

posted by dharh 7:10 AM Feb 9th, 2007

Looks like General Motors is getting back into the clean car game with their serial hybrid car.

posted by dharh 10:09 AM Nov 20th, 2006

Vinod Khosla believes that the road to energy independence starts in a cornfield in Nebraska. Wired has the article here.

posted by dharh 7:37 AM Oct 3rd, 2006

So you don't want those unsightly wind turbines, even the ones out at see to pollute your view? MIT has the solution with their "invisible" wind turbines.

Works for me. The more we use alternative ways to produce energy that do not involve producing pollution the better. Birds can survive and migrate around wind turbines. Humans may not survive the planets fighting back against pollution (read: natural selection).


posted by dharh 5:08 PM Sep 19th, 2006


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