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#3312183 - 03/14/14 08:14 PM Re: 20k miles on E85 in 97 Grand Marquis [Re: edhackett]
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Registered: 12/24/13
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Loc: Massachusetts
Originally Posted By: edhackett
Originally Posted By: turtlevette

If the EPA is not worried, why should I be. All of a sudden, you are an environmentalist now.

As I told you before, I always have been. It was the focus of my college education. I dedicated a 32 year career to it. Now, in retirement, I am going to volunteer with with PNNL's Marine Science Center.


Sorry I forgot, so many of you coming at me at once. You're the guy who dedicated his life to the environment and hates the EPA.

I'm off to watch Whale Wars.

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#3318307 - 03/20/14 06:36 PM Re: 20k miles on E85 in 97 Grand Marquis [Re: man114]
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Registered: 01/04/08
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I take the position that after 5 billion years of meteor bombardment, plate tectonics, magnetic pole reversals, solar flares, ad nauseum, we and ethanol is barely more than a small irritant to the planet. Food is more in danger of governments and human interaction than parts if it being used for ethanol production. Neither side will be swayed by the other. Those that detest ethanol will find plenty of reasons to demonize it. Those that like it will continue to use it as long as the price makes it worth it.
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