Video: Neil Young fills up LincVolt, back from the dead, with cellulosic ethanol
Long may you run, Neil. That's our take on reports of Rock n' Roll Hall of Famer Neil Young cruising around the country in his 1959 Lincoln Continental that's been converted to run on cellulosic ethanol, or biofuel made from wood, grass and non-edible parts of plants.
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Since: Mar 13
#1 Apr 26, 2013
Neil Young could do one heck of a lot more to end global warming by investing heavily in companies that are trying to deploy Liquid Fluoride Thorium Recyclers. Jusy replacing coal fired power plants with LFTRs would reduce the total CO2 emissions by about 30%. Then by using LFTR power, carbon free fuels can be made. And no biomass need be ripped away from Mother Earth. Its a win-win-win situation for us, our children, and our children's children unto the 50 millionth generation.
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