USAF Plane To Fly On Ultra-Clean Fuel

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In a world where the Air Force uses fully half of all the petroleum consumed by the US government, they are naturally interested in securing a steady supply of fly-juice. On Tuesday, a B-52 is scheduled to take ...

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SYntroleum

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Sep 19, 2006
 
When will this stuff be ready to mass produce so our vehicles can get it, use it, etc. What modifications will we need to perform on our vehicles. Let's do it soon HA HA HA OPEC!
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SYntroleum wrote:
When will this stuff be ready to mass produce so our vehicles can get it, use it, etc. What modifications will we need to perform on our vehicles. Let's do it soon HA HA HA OPEC!
Very funny - planes run on Kerosine! Don't you know? Even Ethanol is not the way to go - 1/6 of all corn in the U.S. have been converted into ethanol to cover 3% of the overall needed fuel in the U.S.

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