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Yeah.

I bet a dedicated tinkerer like Ford or Edison would pace the floor a bit at night contemplating the possibilities.

Way we do paper here:

Trees are often chipped in situ on the logging site, chips hauled by big trucks  as much as 80 miles, and the paper companies haven't gone under yet.

Here is a glimpse at the EricC and Kissinger Assosiates pilot energy project:

1.Willow pulp run thru bleaching process;80%+-black liquor extracted; DME or DTs produced as an end product, depending on end user preference.

2.Pressed pulp loaded on large conveyor belts by DME powered loaders.

3.Pulp air dries in a large solar kiln and is fed into an electric generating plant boiler 10 miles from the liquor distillery.

"When the abyss stares at me, it wets its pants." Brian Hopkins

by EricC on Tue Jan 16th, 2007 at 02:42:36 PM EST
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