NOW AND FOREVER.
In the article below that author talks solely about American CORN crops as the sole source for ETHANOL.
ETHANOL can be made from a wide variety of sources, including CANE SUGAR and many others.
BRASIL uses CANE SUGAR to make their ETHANOL.
AFRICAN countries use the CASSAVA (Tapioca) PLANT to make ETHANOL.
Grapes, Grains, Potatoes, Molasses, Horseradish, Sugar Beets, Fruits, Oats, etc....
Cow waste ... yep!
All kinds of dying, rotting things...
We can buy the ETHANOL on the global marketplace like we do oil.
We can buy the source materials from the global marketplace and make SOME OF IT ourselves.
The source materials can be from a large variety of plants and algae.
The State of Wisconsin exports ETHANOL to CANADA.
Saying that vehicles today cannot run on ETHANOL is not correct.
The ETHANOL part of the mix should NOT BE TAXED or REVERSE TAXED to make it a better deal than GASOLINE.
The more the ETHANOL the cheaper the FUEL.
We should do this until H2 and pure ELECTRIC vehicles are well established.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE THAT TOUCHED ONE OF MY HOT BUTTONS
The CASSAVA (Tapioca)plant is used in other parts of the world to produce, ETHANOL.
From the left overs they make livestock feed and bricks for houses.
CASSAVA (Tapioca) PLANT
NEWS IMAGES VIDEO SHOPPING BOOKS EBOOKS PDF
TAPIOCA is the starch from the root of the CASSAVA plant.
ETHANOL PRODUCER MAGAZINE