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If I were to choose between this type of fuel as miraculously as it is reported in this article …

Or ….  the never ending free electricity based on the perfected “Nikola Tesla” technology …. I would choose the electricity …

But these higher knowings and advance technologies …. now being introduced to the matrix public … are very fascinating …

It gives us an idea of just how good things will be …. when this season of Terra-forming is all said and done …

And give a peak …. to what await inheritors of the New Earth and of the new galactic alliance of Positive Light Stars …

Seems as though …. the Ancient Days of sun power …  is at hand …

Mass. company making diesel with sun, water, CO2


Published February 27, 2011

Article found HERE

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. –  A Massachusetts biotech company is claiming it can produce renewable diesel fuel using the same ingredients that make grass grow.

Joule Unlimited in Cambridge says it has invented a genetically-engineered cyanobacterium that simply secretes the diesel — or ethanol — at remarkable rates.

The organisms live in water and take in sunlight and carbon dioxide. They then produce and directly secrete ethanol or hydrocarbons — the basis of various fuels, such as diesel — as a byproduct of photosynthesis.

Other methods for making fuel from solar energy use “biomass,” such as corn or algae. Joule says its technology is far less expensive.

Joule claims its work can change the world, but skeptics say the company may have trouble efficiently collecting the fuel they produce and also must demonstrate their technology on a broad scale.


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