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March 4, 2007

I Got Your Biofuels Right Here - Pull Mah Finger

Guest editorial by Doug Minnick, University of Michigan Class of 2010

There's been a lot of talk in the news about creating biofuels, which may help us get out of our energy crisis. Some people think that biofuels will one day replace petroleum-based energy resources.

That being said, just pull my finger and I'll give you a sample of biofuel experiment I've been cooking up.

My alternative energy project began about 8:00 pm last night, when me and Kyle and Will stopped by Taco Bell to obtain some biomass. The experiment kicked into high gear with the addition of numerous 40-ounce liquid catalysts.

Usually, production of biofuels from raw materials requires energy, like in farming, transportation and conversion to the final product. But my biofuel is ready to burn, and all you have to do is pull mah finger.

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