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It's all about food and fuel

February 7, 2011
Food is one of the three basic requirements necessary to survive. This is why it is no surpise that the rioting that began more than a week ago in Egypt was primarily tied to food prices.However, it appears...

Free screening: Fuel

January 12, 2011
There will be a free screening of the documentary, "Fuel", tomorrow at 7pm at the Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center, 2301 University Drive, Newport Beach, CA, 92660."Fuel" (released in 2008, running time: 111 minutes...

The true cost of gasoline

December 15, 2010
When the powers that be, or the media, talk about drilling more leases, what that means is you and I are giving oil companies permission to drill on our land (public land) and extract something that already belongs to...

E15 harmful for motorcycle engines

November 9, 2010
At least one fuel station in Shreveport sells E15, a bio fuel consisting of 85% gasoline and 15% ethanol, (the current standard is 10% ethanol). Last month the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), authorized distribution of E15 at the pumps. ...

2010 Honda Insight Adds Flair to Fuel Economy

October 24, 2010
Reintroduced and redesigned for 2010, the Honda Insight re-emerges as the main competitor to the Toyota Prius. While both share the same wedge-shaped profile, the two differ in many ways, e.g. the Insight does not have a...

Fuel Leak on Shuttle Discovery Fixed

October 19, 2010
CAPE CANAVERAL -- A fuel leak was found in Discovery's orbital engine system this week. However, it now appears that the leak has been stopped. NASA, every cautious, will continue leak checks on the orbiter. The leak appeared where...

NJ's feeble attempts to change the planet's climate

October 2, 2010
The State of New Jersey is dedicated to formulating policies intending to facilitate climate change. The state has a website containing declarative statements and policy announcements about the government's views on global warming. Reduction of greenhouse...

Wednesday to Wednesday Weekly Wrap Up 2 -9 June 2010

June 9, 2010
This midweek to midweek snapshot includes something of a paradox.With oil spilling all over the gulf, fuel prices have dropped in western Oklahoma and in much of the state.What a strange relationship between the economy and...