No, absolutely not! Ethanol was just any excuse for large corn operations to get more federal subsidies. According to renowned investigative reporter Michael C. Ruppert, “It takes more fossil fuel energy to produce ethanol then the energy that is gained from the ethanol itself”. Biofuel production is also raising the cost of food worldwide, as well as using some of the most productive farmland that should be used for food. Biofuel production is also causing deforestation in many tropical countries as forests are cleared for sugarcane production. Government subsidies should be put toward hydrogen conversion kits for internal combustion engines (see link below).
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