Global warming is the new Y2K, a made up crisis created to generate
revenues by taking advantage of the gullibility of the general
populace. Ethanol is not an appropriate fuel for our transportation
needs, but our government has mandated its use.
If anyone should be sued it would be the fools who are so focussed on
the Iowa primaries that they have burdened the rest of us with their
need for political points.
>> So if it claimed "not compatible with toluene", you'd be okay with
> Sure. I wouldn't buy it, because it wouldn't be suitable for my
> application. But lots of things aren't suitable for my application.
>> Even though it's impossible to buy gasoline that doesn't
>> contain toluene?
> Actually it is quite possible. Coleman camping fuel, for example, meets the
> definition of "gasoline" but has no toluene in it. And with the proper
> licenses, etc. you can buy any petroleum fraction that you want.
> But since the fuel I buy for my car has both toluene and ethanol, anything
> that *I select* to install in my car had best be compatible with those (and
> lots of other) chemicals.
>> Since, after all, toluene isn't gasoline.
> That point is also debatable. "Gasoline" is defined as a blend of
> hydrocarbons distilled from petroleum. Toluene fits that description,
> ethanol does not.
> What's next, gonna sue Ford because not all their cars will run on E85
> without damage?
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