Sunday, June 03, 2012

"May We Have Another Corn-A-Holing, Sir??"

Sensenbrenner sees it on the near horizon.

Ready or not, here it comes.

At least that is the message from the ethanol lobby about E15, gasoline with 15 percent ethanol. Ethanol producers are in the process of clearing the final requirements to increase the amount of ethanol in our gas.

EPA has continued to ignore significant contrary evidence that shows E15 can cause engine damage, and that mound of evidence is growing. The Coordinating Research Council just released a study that shows E15 can cause engine damage even in new cars. I have contacted the EPA to determine if it still believes the fuel will not damage engines, and I am eagerly awaiting that response.  --quoted at Hot Air

There is an alternative, of course.  Find those stations which still sell 100% gasoline and "make a mistake" by pumping THAT into your vehicle.

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