The more we look at ethanol as a substitute for gasoline, the more hype we find and the more problems we find with: growing the corn from which the ethanol is produced, the rising price of NEARLY EVERYTHING we buy at the grocery store as a result of the escalation in the price of corn, not to mention the fact that ethanol cannot provide anywhere near the energy that gasoline can, plus the reduction in MPG of a vehicle running on ethanol, and the damage to your vehicle that can occur from the use of ethanol.
There’s an interesting article at: FACTCHECK.ORG. We recommend you read it in its entirety. You’ll find it at:
If every acre of corn were used for ethanol, it would replace only 12.3% of the gasoline used in this country.
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