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Those areas would still be too big, and lets not talk about what kind of investment one would have to make in order to acomplish this, to mantain it, etc. We are not talking about a few dimes and pennies here. Of course, if they can raise the efficiency exponentially then we are talking about something totally different.

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The article said we already use millions of acres for ethanol production in the US. Most of world is unoccupied and can be used for this artificial oil production. Land is certainly not an obstacle
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Gas is $3.09 a gallon here... please lets this come soon I need $.99 gallon.

Thanks.
My parents told me of a beautiful time when people were *****ing at the fact that gas went up to .99$ and everybody was paying in pennies.
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Google says that's about US$2.09. That's less than what we pay in Virginia.





We release exactly as much C as we take in.

Glucose is C^6 H^12 O^6. Six units of C in basic sugar, aka human fuel.

We take in 1 glucose and 6 oxygen and release 6 carbon-dioxide and 6 water.

C6H12O6 + 6O2 ---> 6CO2 + 6H2O

What is important is the source of what we take in. For example, eating food that has been grown with petroleum based fertilizers means that you will release carbon into the atmosphere that was previously locked away underground.
Use some simple critical thinking.

We release LESS Carbon than we take in. How the hell do you think we GROW?!

You're just accounting for glucose going through the Kreb cycle. We absorb and use FAR more than just glucose.
    
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Use some simple critical thinking.

We release LESS Carbon than we take in. How the hell do you think we GROW?!

You're just accounting for glucose going through the Kreb cycle. We absorb and use FAR more than just glucose.

We also shed flakes of skin and hairs, excrete pieces of destroyed cells, leak lipids through our pores, and eventually every part of our body will return to dust.

C in = C out

When you look at it through the lens of greenhouse gases being evil, you can say that we take C from the soil and put it into the atmosphere. But then we cultivate plants that put it right back into the soil.
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...

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...unless capitalism ends first, that is
Stopped reading there.
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These guys need a stock asap, so I can buy boatloads.
Why would they need to sell stock when they can get filthy rich on their own? A board of directors populated by a bunch of idiotic bean counters and businessmen who don't understand how everything actually works is what destroys originality in a company.
    
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Anybody else think that, even while taking genetic engineering into account, billions of e coli virii consuming and undoubtedly reproducing like mad in tiny dense populations might turn out to be less than awesome?
    
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Anybody else think that, even while taking genetic engineering into account, billions of e coli virii consuming and undoubtedly reproducing like mad in tiny dense populations might turn out to be less than awesome?
I'd love to have my own army.

For my own means and motivation
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We also shed flakes of skin and hairs, excrete pieces of destroyed cells, leak lipids through our pores, and eventually every part of our body will return to dust.

C in = C out

When you look at it through the lens of greenhouse gases being evil, you can say that we take C from the soil and put it into the atmosphere. But then we cultivate plants that put it right back into the soil.
However, these two are not equal.

You seem to be missing the point:
carbon output > carbon absorbed.
Net increase in carbon in the atmosphere, causing a positive feedback loop.

Not to be derailed by a petty dispute,

Can't wait to hear more.

http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/ne...ule-board.html


With regards to e-coli, not worried, the stuff already breeds en mass. Are you worried that humans are growing at a nearly exponential rate? No? Why not? What of various algae? >.< What of the number of CO2 molecules in the atmosphere? Or even the number of heavy metal molecules.
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However, these two are not equal.

You seem to be missing the point:
carbon output > carbon absorbed.
Net increase in carbon in the atmosphere, causing a positive feedback loop.

Not to be derailed by a petty dispute,

Can't wait to hear more.

http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/ne...ule-board.html
Law of conservation of matter and energy. Who cares if we make the Earth uninhabitable for current life forms?
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