Cattle-based fuel runs Okla.-Texas passenger train
Amtrak began an experiment Tuesday to let cows produce horsepower. Officials from the railroad and the Oklahoma and Texas transportation departments launched a yearlong test to see whether beef-based biodiesel can efficiently run the Heartland Flyer passenger train between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth, Texas, and also reduce emissions.
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#1 Apr 22, 2010
I think ya'll will have the first moover advantage
#2 Apr 22, 2010
Eat more chicken. Make fuel from chickens. Said the cows.
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