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What if we lived in a world that depended on the use of a finite, costly fuel source buried in the ground in places that were governed by people who thought we were bad people?

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Are we being undone by our disdain for things deemed inconvenient - public transport, recycling
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mroberts

It's a new year.
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mroberts
What a year it's been!
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mroberts

Small Scale Biodiesel Processing is a small but important, rapidly-growing industry in the throes of transition. Transition creates change, and change generally frightens people who have benefited from the traditional way of doing things.

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mroberts

I was agog at $133; I'm numb and depressed at $142, and I wonder what it will take for us to respond intelligently...$200???.

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I find it difficult to articulate my frustration when I hear elected representatives discuss opening up coastal preserves, the Artic National Wildlife Reserve (ANWR) and other National Parks to drill for oil.
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mroberts

Driving around Northern California recently, I was struck again by the staggering problem presented by current fuel prices, as well as the compelling "glass half full" analogy that our current situation underscores.
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We stand here, collectively agog at our energy misfortunes. The price for a barrel of oil is up 33 percent in the last 45 days - from a then historic high of $100/barrel!