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BLACK-GOLD BLUES Anything that grows 'can convert into oil'

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PEAK OIL IS A SCAM, and the greedy fucking oil cartels know this, that is why they are raping us now and imploding our economy. We need to crush the Oil companies, and impeach the traitor Jorge BUSHit who has allowed this crime of the new millennium.

Word to BUSH... you will be held accountable for your actions as well as inactions. When we the people take back our government.... YOU WILL BE TRIED FOR CRIMES AGAINST AMERICA you fucking piece of shit.

BLACK-GOLD BLUES Anything that grows 'can convert into oil'
Company finds natural solution that turns plants into gasoline


Posted: March 19, 2008
9:44 pm Eastern

By Joe Kovacs
C 2008 WorldNetDaily

After three years of clandestine development, a Georgia company is now going
public with a simple, natural way to convert anything that grows out of the
Earth into oil.

J.C. Bell, an ... geId=59402
researcher and CEO of Bell Bio-Energy, Inc. ,
says he's isolated and modified specific bacteria that will, on a very large
scale, naturally change plant material - including the leftovers from food -
into ... geId=59402
hydrocarbons to fuel cars and trucks.

"What we're doing is taking the trash like corn stalks, corn husks, corn
cobs - even grass from the yard that goes to the dump - that's what we can
turn into oil," Bell told WND. "I'm not going to make asphalt, we're only
going to make the things we need. We're going to make gasoline for driving,
diesel for our big trucks."
Wood pulp is among the many natural materials that can be converted into oil
and gasoline, according to Bell Bio-Energy, Inc., of Tifton, Ga.

The agricultural researcher made the discovery after standing downwind from
his ... geId=59402 cows at
his food-production company, Bell
Plantation, in Tifton, Ga.

"Cows are like people that eat lots of beans. They're really, really good at
making natural gas," he said. "It dawned on me that that natural gas was ... geId=59402 methane."

Bell says he wondered what digestive process inside a cow enabled it to
change food into the hydrocarbon molecules of methane, so he began looking
into replicating and speeding up the process.

"Through genetic manipulation, we've changed the naturally occurring
bacteria, so they eat and consume ... 9&_dad=por
tal&_schema=PORTAL biomass a little more efficiently," he said. "It works.
There's not even any debate that it works. It really is an all-natural,
simple process that cows use on a daily basis."
Naturally occurring bacteria used to convert biomass into hydrocarbons.

But does he think it will make environmentalists happy?

"They love this. We had one totally recognizable environmentalist from
Hollywood say this is everything they ever had hoped for," Bell said. "This
could be considered the ultimate ... geId=59402 recycling of
carbon. We are using the energy of the sun through the plant. We're not
introducing any new carbon [to the environment]."

The research has received strong support from the U.S. Department of
Defense, Department of Energy, Department of ... geId=59402 Agriculture
and committees in both chambers of Congress, and Bell plans further
discussions in Washington, D.C., next week.

He expects to have the first pilot plant for the process running within two
to three months, and will operate it for a year to collect engineering data
to design full-scale production facilities. He thinks the larger facilities
will be producing oil "inside the next two years."

And just how much oil is in Bell's bio-forecast?

"With minor changes in the agricultural and forestry products, we could
create two to two and a half tons of biomass a year, and you're looking at 5
billion barrels of oil per year. That would be about two-thirds of what we
use now."

Turning some of nature's produce into energy has been done for years,
especially when it comes to the conversion of corn and cellulose-based
products into ... geId=59402 ethanol, used
to extend gasoline volume and boost octane.

The Energy Information Administration says in 2005, total U.S. ethanol production
was 3.9 billion gallons, or 2.9 percent of the total gasoline pool.

Bell admits his bacterial breakthrough has been kept under wraps until now,
but he plans to explain it all once his website is fully operational.
Bell Bio-Energy, Inc., aims to use modified bacteria like this to convert
biomass into oil and gasoline within two years.

"We're actually gonna tell people how we do it, with streaming video. We're
to the point now with our patent that we can say more and we fully intend

"We want to develop public support so they can understand what we're doing;
to develop political support, because this is a combination of making the
United States more independent from foreign oil sources; make [the country]
healthier from an economic point of view; and it goes a long way to solving
the environmental problems a lot of people are concerned about."

When asked why he thought no one else has patented this process, Bell
answered, "It literally is because it's too simple. Everyone was looking for
a real complicated mechanism. We looked at how it occurs naturally. But it's
now going to develop in a hurry."

Recalling other great ... geId=59402 inventions,
Bell cited on another person with his last name.

"Alexander Graham
Bell put together stuff that was already on the shelf and made a phone. I
don't want to compare myself to the great inventors. I'm not there yet, but
to be able to look at simple things and create things from them, that's how
we think in this company."


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