This Lawn is Your Lawn

August 13, 2008 at 3:38 pm 3 comments

If you’ll remember when I posted about turning the White House lawn into a food garden, now Roger Doiron has taken the idea to the extreme.

Hip Hip, hooray, Roger!

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  • 1. Mark S  |  August 25, 2008 at 6:08 pm

    Is there a clearing house for anti-biofuels propaganda?

    I was looking for some debunking of Patzek’s “The Real Biofuel Cycles” and found this perfect example of hack opinion:

    It’s clear how once a stealthly meme (love how the “3.6-6.2 gallons of ethanol replaces only 1 gallon of gasoline” number isn’t even correct. Patzek used 3.9-6.2) is introduced into the wild, non-experts are easily infected with it and then it grows like wildfire.

    Each and every instance of an anti-biofuel idea should be recorded and debunked, and exposed with trackbacks. Maybe a Wiki modelled on media watchdogs would be helpful.

  • 2. erica  |  August 27, 2008 at 12:02 pm

    So awesome. And the Woody Guthrie just makes it that much better. Bless you.

  • 3. Mark S  |  August 27, 2008 at 7:58 pm

    Serial, why not turn all the fruit juices in the world into tasty low-fructose concentrated vitamin non-alcoholic fermented drinks. Use C5 sugars like xylitol and inositol (pyhtate) to sweeten them after we flash-evaporate the alcohol beer. That’s what I want my lawn to be doing.


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