Nomad02 Wrote:
Sep 01, 2012 1:54 PM
From the very start of the ethanol movement, it has been known, that it is not economically viable without government subsidy. It has been a complete mystery to me, why we would turn food into a fuel source, when we have such an abundance of petroleum. It is even more of a mystery to me, that we would then allow our governments to take our tax dollars and subsideize this foolishness. I read an article years ago, that the planting, growing and harvesting, then processing corn into ethanol, actually created more pollution, than the ethanol was supposed to be saving us from. So, I have to ask the environazis, where is the gain in saving the earth in that?