09-08-2012, 12:49 PM
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I could go on and on, but the fact is that it is worse for the envirnoment. It cannot be argued otherwise until it takes no nrg or land to grow, harvest, and process the corn - not to mention transport it. Then there is engine degradation.
And, until I personally see analyses, techniques, etc., there is no way for me to verify the purity. I do not see it on the pump (I have looked). It isn't stated here, anyway. What are specs? Can the ethonal added, by volume, be 25% water? If there is a spec, is it decided by the state, feds, what? By whom, how, and how often is it being sampled and tested? No telling.