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originally posted by: TinySickTears
a reply to: galien8
its awesome but why is it good news now?
im being serious
people have been heating their houses and huts with # for a long time.
is it logistics?
# man i would heat my house with some cow mud to save a grip on my gas bill.
we could get used to the smell.
i always have some fizzy pop incense laying around.
The small country of Denmark is making a big commitment to renewables, aiming to be fossil-fuel free by 2050, writes Laurie Guevara-Stone.
originally posted by: TiredofControlFreaks
Your assessment of the state of Denmark's green energy seems a bit optimistic
originally posted by: galien8
originally posted by: rickymouse
I just can't see bbqing ribs over it, maybe in a covered stewpot it would be ok.
Biogas is almost 100% pure methane (CH4), so it has not a fart smell or gives dung taste to meat when you gas flame roast with it
originally posted by: Argentbenign
a reply to: galien8 well by the same logic, if in my country we start to hunt and eat the stray cats and dogs on the streets we can easily stop pig-farming. But that's just a theory, on practice nobody will touch the little kittens, even if Armageddon is approaching