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Veggie Fuelled Cars ~ You Can Not Be Serious

Veggie Fuelled Cars ~ You Can Not Be Serious

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Veggie Fuelled Cars
You Cant be Serious
 
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serious, and it¶s all happening. Could this be D-Day for Petrol and Black Oil fuelled Wars?Perhaps not, using µrecycled vegetable oil¶ as fuel for car engines might not form a major or the biggestinvasion of the Petrol Industry, but if it became µbig¶ it is likely to be sat on by the powers that be supporting theBlack Oil Economy, although from an Environmental and µwaste not, want not¶ stand-point it is something to be taken seriously, implemented and developed.It could solve a few oily problems in London. For example, Soho and Leicester Square¶s Restaurants literallyclog the drains with µfat¶. London¶s underground infra structure is groaning with age and rising high populationusage. The London sewer system was founded by Sir Joseph Bazalgette, follow µThe Great Stink¶ of 1858,when the stench of sewage discharged to the Thames forced Parliament to rise. Nowadays, what is happeningunseen below nose level, beneath feet level, is something that could benefit at least diesel engines if collectedand converted into environmentally-friendly µfuel¶ for cars.
³The 100 tonnes of cooking fat poured down Thames Water's sewer network each year quickly solidifies and has to beremoved, often by hand, at an annual cost of £7 million. The high concentration of food outlets makes Soho a particular  problem area - it once it took the flushers eight weeks to remove a solid 150-foot slug of fat beneath Leicester Square.´
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 People may be skeptical about the first car engine invented to run on water (1936 USA, 1938 UK), a littlematter we don¶t hear about, or car engines running on Zero-Point Energy
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, or are not able to encompass themechanics and applications of them to utilize such information.However, did you know that Rudolf Diesel designed his engine to run on vegetable oil? In 1912 he said: ³
Theuse of vegetable oils may seem insignificant today but they may in time become every bit as important as petrol 
Although using vegetable oil for fuel is not a brand new concept, Rapeseed oil underwent a local publictransport trial in Reading, Berkshire, by buses not too long ago. In South Wales January 2003, Supermarketswere first to be put on alert that sudden rises in sales of µcooking oil¶ were not suspect, but more a case of µNotFry, But Drive¶!
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In Canada, one report in a Canadian paper talked of Law Enforcement Officers doing round-the-clock stakeouts in the aisles of Asda that netted a couple buying 100 litres of oil at a time and werenicknamed µthe Frying Squad¶!Affects are being seen in America today: In Weston, Connecticut, USA, car owners grappling with pumped-up petrol prices are turning to their favourite restaurants for recycled vegetable oil. One lady solved the problem byfortnightly forays to her local Chinese restaurant to fuel her Volkswagen Jetta. She collects a few buckets of used oil, uses a colander and a bag filter to remove water and any food particles. The resulting oil is poured intoa 15 gallon tank in the back of her Jetta and via a button fixed above the radio, she switches from diesel tovegetable oil in seconds. In this neck of the woods, restaurants have to pay to get rid of their old vegetable oiland so are happy to give it away for free! Another restaurant co-owner uses it, and yet another collecting around30-40 gallons twice a month from the same restaurant, who drives long distances said: ³
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So, the run on cooking-oil for Biomass Energy is obviouslyseriously well underway in other parts of the world.Then again, it was Astrologer Johnathan Cainer in July of last year, µOn The Road to Clean Air¶, having metDaniel Blackhurn of µThe Low Impact Living Initiative¶ (LILI) who runs courses on the subject, who helpedmake some important simple practical issues clear.
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es, you can use ordinary vegetable oil, the kind you fry chips in, but it only works in diesel engines. It doesn¶tharm the engine or spoil the performance. It will work with oil that¶s been used for frying, provided it isfiltered.If you want to use µunused¶ oil and buy it from the Supermarket, you won¶t get clobbered by the law if you paytax on it. ³The way the law stands, you are supposed to declare every drop you use for driving and then pay 26p per litre to the Government. As long as you do that, they can¶t touch you!´ This does not entail reams of  paperwork either, call 0845-010-9000 for the appropriate simple Form. This means you will still pay less taxthan on the garage forecourt, as normal Diesel fuel is taxed at 40p per litre.COMMENT: So why is not every Local Authority creating a special team of µused oil¶ collectors to service allrestaurants and building central refineries for recycling this wonderful gunge of µused oil¶ from Restaurants allover the country to sell to the public not happening? Existing garages could be used as depots. Who knows,such an organized effort for profit could help reduce the rises in your Council Tax!Remember if you are thinking about getting a diesel engine: Running a car on vegetable oil is green, clean and NOT illegal as long as you declare every litre you use and pay tax on it.
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ou can re-use old cooking oil if youfilter it first. It¶s better to put processed hydrogenated oil and trans-fatty acids into your engine than into your stomach! ± your car engine won¶t know the difference.Don¶t let the GM-Protagonists use this µoil for fuel¶ innovation as an excuse to lumber us with GM-Rapeseedoil, there has already been a large scale µaccident¶ with Scottish farmers in May 2000 unknowingly growingGenetically Modified (GM) crops after planting cross-pollinated oilseed rape from Canada, which occurred inFrance, Germany and Sweden also ± The seed supplied by Advanta Seeds, which is a joint venture betweenAnglo-Swedish group AstraZeneca Plc and Cosun, a Dutch co-operative.
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 The Government advised farmers who accidentally planted GM cops to destroy them or dispose of them after they had been harvested. Others rightly suggested they be dug up, as leaving them till after pollination is likeµDisaster written on the Wind¶!
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 Scientists have already found strong evidence that GM crops can spread long distances from where they have been planted and spawn µsuperweeds¶ ± it blows into neighbouring farms and different GM strain caninterbreed, producing superweeds that are resistant to a wide range of herbicides.
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This produces transgenicweeds.µRape¶ is a good name for Rapeseed, Canola, Colza, Oil-seed Rape (
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www.defra.gov.uk/news/issues/2004/sewer-300304.asp
 
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µHow to Run
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