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Cycling the environment from hot and humid to cool and dry will allow moisture in, and vapors out. Over time, the lightest components will evaporate off and the average molecular weight will get heavier. This will make the fuel harder to ignite in your engine, and will cause gum and gunk to leave solution as solids.
originally posted by: Navarro
a reply to: Azureblue
For what reason would the oligarchy be inclined to destroy savings? I don't understand why it would benefit them to replace a content middle class with a disgruntled lower class. It seems foolish.
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
If stored properly, how long is gas good for?
What if you had a proper storage tank and bought a ton of this cheap gas...you might save a bunch of money when gas prices rose again?
I bet you need a special permit to dig a put for a below ground storage tank though, the risk of soil contamination would be high if you didn't know what you were doing...
originally posted by: leolady
How about we have a food strike for a whole week. Would something like that cause food prices to go down ?
Groceries are outrageously priced. I can't remember a time when I struggled so hard just to be sure I could eat and put food on the table week after week. But of course I have two little ones now... not just myself so I have more mouths to feed.
Still... hoping for a break in prices.