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A Report on Carew & Company

Nature blessed us with so many things; one of those is fermentation process, a very primitive but smart and fundamental process of biological system. Fermentation… 289 more words


I have noticed the art of wine tasting is poetic. Many of the techniques and verbiage I am learning are illustrative in what they are describing. 447 more words

Wine Tasting

The Difference Of One Thousands

fuel price respite
a smidgeon under two, but
wishful common cents

-Clarence Holm


(This guest blog is provided by Matt Reese who writes for Ohio’s Country Journal and was originally posted here.)
It can be really hard to know which way to feel about some issues because these days it seems everyone has their own set of “facts” that conclusively proves their point. 670 more words


Alternative fuels

What is meant by pure fuels? The fuel, which on burning does not produce harmful substance for human health and environment, is called the pure fuel. 476 more words


Clean-Up Follows After Train Derailment In Alma, Wis.

ALMA, Wis. (WCCO) — Railway crews spent Sunday taking ethanol from derailed train cars after more than 20,000 gallons leaked into the Mississippi River.

The derailment happened Saturday, two miles north of the town of Alma, Wis. 387 more words


Ethanol and the Illusion of Inevitability

Today I’m writing a textbook chapter on transportation. As  I’m writing about internal combustion and energy,  I’m thinking about the illusion of inevitability.

The argument about energy independence, renewability, and ethanol isn’t new: it has been going on for nearly a century. 654 more words