TSLA has still long way to go............................................................................................
Yes or not, this stock will be huge if congress agree to ban all gas cars and truck to fight global warming. I predict this going to happen. "Ban all gas car and truck" Oh lord, time is running out. The full impact of "Super Dry Heat" won't occur in 5 or 10 years"
Place your bet.
"Yes, Mr. President"
"I understand that you want to live in exile"
"Mr. President, with due respect I am no longer representing the "the zoo and nature"
"Well, what you have in mind?"
"If I go back, the tiger will kill me for failing to save the world from reckless people"
"Iran sent the monkey to space", sighed Mr. President.
"Yes, I heard rumor that scientists are building "Space station Ark"
"Paradise to the future Earth"
"Mr. President, Earth is my home and I cannot leave my family"
"Yes, we building 5,000 space stations in solar system"
"Furthermore we will send almost 3 billion people and all life in both ocean and land"
"To both space station and space station Ark"
"Paradise to the future Earth"
"That way the Earth will recuperate and then bring all natural nourishment back to health"
"Then the air, water and the land will be restore to harmony"
"Your polar ice will be back in function in 50 years later"
"Believe it or not, this can be done"
"Global warming is real"
"Look at the Arctic Ice and it is melting away and how am I suppose to live?"
"I am leaving for Saturn at the end of January"
"If Arctic Ice disappear and then the 'Air Conditioners Weather' will be shut down"
"I'm afraid there will be mass extinction here"
"So what are you going to do?"
I guess I am going to watch Naked and Afraid t.v. show
to get idea how to live in bone dry climate where there is no life around.
Source The Daily Beast
While natural gas remains the most common power source for U.S. ethanol facilities, some are looking ahead to innovative ways of rolling back fossil fuel use at the plant.
Oh my god! Natural gas price is going up big time due to cold and bucking snow!
By Timothy Gardner
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group of 10 U.S. Senators introduced a bipartisan bill on Thursday to eliminate the corn ethanol mandate, arguing that current law raises the cost of food and animal feed and damages the environment.
The bill, introduced by Dianne Feinstein, a California Democrat; Tom Coburn, an Oklahoma Republican; and eight cosponsors, faces an uphill battle as many lawmakers from agricultural states support the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS)that dictates that rising volumes of ethanol made from grains, including corn, be blended into motor fuel.
Feinstein said the bill supports development of advanced biofuels, including those from made from soybean oil, grasses and trees. But it would eliminate the mandate for corn-based ethanol, which currently represents the vast majority of biofuels produced in the United States.
She said the corn mandate diverts a large proportion of the U.S. corn crop towards making fuel, raising animal feed and food prices.
In 2012/13, over 4.6 billion bushels of corn was used for the production of ethanol and by-products, out of a drought-reduced total U.S. supply of 11.9 billion bushels, according to the Department of Agriculture.
"I strongly support requiring a shift to low-carbon advanced biofuel, including biodiesel, cellulosic ethanol and other revolutionary fuels. But a corn ethanol mandate is simply bad policy," Feinstein said in a statement.
Coburn said the corn ethanol mandate costs taxpayers billions of dollars and causes higher fuel prices at the pump.
"Eliminating this mandate will let market forces, rather than political and parochial forces, determine how to diversify fuel supplies in an ever-changing marketplace," Coburn said.
The ethanol industry suffered a blow last month when the Environmental Protection Agency, which administers the RFS, proposed the first cut in the use of biofuels since the law was expanded in 2007.
The EPA proposed cutting the overall 2014 mandate to 15.21 billion
Wow, there new jeans are getting a big discount and they are either harbinger of "Desperate" or "Merry Christmas, you have been good boy to me" What do you think?