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The agricultural industry has been around for ever.† While I am in favor of† alternative fuels, ethanol is a questionable technology.† The jury is out as to whether it continues to be cost effective turning corn into ethanol.† There was a time in the 1970ís when gasoline prices reach such historic highs that when ethanol was introduced it was heralded as a great alternative to complete dependence on foreign oil.† Today with the glut of oil in the marketplace, we continue to subsidize the huge ethanol industry with a strong lobby in Washington. 40% of our corn crops are converted to fuel.† Perhaps itís time to rethink this subsidy converting food to fuel.†


There are also agricultural products like hemp that are great alternatives for the textile industry.† And then of course we canít ignore the four legged source of† protein in the room.† We can produce ten times the edible protein in the form of soybeans compared to beef.† In addition, 1/3 of our fresh water is used for beef production.


Finally in my planned population rural communities farms are not square they are circular. We can eliminate countless 180į tractor turns with automated circular farming technology to till, plant, fertilize, irrigate and harvest.† We are stepping into the future where everything we do needs to be reassessed. ďPollution is nothing but the resources we are not harvesting. We allow them to disperse because we've been ignorant of their value.Ē† †††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

R. Buckminster Fuller