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Sustain-Ability: What to Seek Before Oil Runs Out By Gregory Gebhart
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This book outlines the characteristics of a sustainable society that may only be achieved through renewable energy sources like biofuels.
Heavy Hitters: How American Workers Helped Win World War II By Gregory Gebhart
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This is the true story about how America won the production part of World War II. America supplied its armed forces and all of its allies' armed forces. Many manufacturing and ship-building records... More > were broken. This happened due to the efforts of American women and minorities besides American men.< Less
Want Cheap Gas?: Try BioFuels By Gregory Gebhart
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Want Cheap Gas? offers the complete rationale for using biofuel and gasoline mixture to lower the cost of gas, reduce depence on foreign oil, and lower greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). E85 (85%... More > ethanol and 15% gasoline) sells for $1.00 a gallon cheaper nationally than pure gasoline. It runs in flexible fuel cars which also use regular gasoline. For $150 a new non-FFV can be converted to a FFV.< Less
One Word For You: Plants By Gregory Gebhart
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I have one word for you: Plants. They will be the green, clean, affordable, and sustainable future source of energy and plastics. They will at the same time remove large amounts of Green House Gases... More > (GHG) from the Earth's atmosphere like carbon dioxide.< Less
And We All Get Fracked: 1,000,000,000,000 Gallons of Water and Toxic Chemicals Go in the Ground By Gregory Gebhart
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Over 1,000,000,000,000 gallons of water and toxic chemicals have been pumped into the ground around the United States in order to hydraulic fracture (frack) 145,000 oil and natural gas wells. This... More > gains access to new untapped oil and natural gas, but appears to poisioning our land, our water and our air.< Less