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a better way for clean coal

Parts of the economic stimulus package have been so hastily written that energy lobbyists say little-known renewable technologies could be shut out of research funding. Potentially left stranded is a budding form of algae-based carbon capture that could cost significantly less than the traditional clean coal technology, according to experts. Both the House and Senate bills allot billions of dollars in research ...more »

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Campaign: New Strategies and Techniques

Cars that run on water!

We have the capabilities to build H2O driven engines, why are the Coporate Automotive Companies buying out these ideas? We need to care more about the human race rather than personal agendas!!!!

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Carryout Fuel Tanks (gradually improving our infrastructure)

One of the problems we're faced with when trying to convert to cars that use hydrogen fuel is a catch-22 kind of thing - people won't buy the cars until they know there are enough gas stations within convenient reach, and gas stations won't add hydrogen fuel pumps until there are enough cars out there to make them profitable. The solution might be to phase them in. Step 1 - Create briefcase-shaped fuel tanks that ...more »

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Campaign: Legal & Policy Challenges

E 85 National Security and Possible Health benefits

Encourage E85 and flex fuel, in addition to drilling American oil. Also study the impact on health dietary changes contributed to by rising corn prices could have. We assume corn being a cheap foodstuff is good for the poor, but conscidering the current rate of diabetes and obesity, this is a leap of logic. Might another cheap, subsidized staple food be healthier and free up corn for energy and transportation?? I'm not ...more »

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