Failure of Historic Proportions

…Failure of Historic Proportions… Cellulosic ethanol is a failure of historic proportions, in terms of misinformation, media complicity, money wasted and the involvement of politicians. Cellulosic ethanol was, among other things, supposed to: Eliminate dependence on foreign oil Reduce greenhouse Continue reading Failure of Historic Proportions

High Gasoline Prices and RINs

By now, most people realize that putting corn, a food, into the gas tank is immoral. It’s also a terrible economic policy that steals money from consumers … money that could be used to pay every day expenses or be Continue reading High Gasoline Prices and RINs

The Ethanol Problem

Congress enacted a law that mandates we use 35 billion gallons of ethanol by 2022, with the ethanol mixed into our gasoline. The law said that 20 billion gallons of this must come from cellulosic materials, leaving 15 billion to Continue reading The Ethanol Problem