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Re: AAA and 5 Major car companies warning not to use E15 gasoline

This will also probably cause a lot of strange squirrel incidents. I added ethanol to my lawmower for the winter. The squirrels not only ate my gas
snorky2k
8:45 PM
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AAA and 5 Major car companies warning not to use E15 gasoline

Just got this from a friend. Was just shown on Fox Business talking about hot the new 15% ethanol mix with gasoline will void warranties on cars older than
andreask2004
2:32 PM
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15539

Re: Does anyone know about these plants called "Marimo Moss Ball" an

Hello Dave, ...      These are filamentous algae.  At first, I thought that they were macroalgae, but no.  I would guess that the have about as much oil
Ron Brown
Mar 20
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Does anyone know about these plants called "Marimo Moss Ball" and if

Does anyone know about these plants called "Marimo Moss Ball" and if they contain oils and how fast they grow? I was just wondering, and if they can grow fast
aliendave2525
Mar 20
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15537

Re: Fucoxanthin from microalgae

Hello Everybody, I went here: 
Ron Brown
Mar 18
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15536

Re: Membrane PBR Test

Actually using a high pressure flow and pounding high-pressure flows into each other can be used to rupture algae to release the lipids, rather than giving the
Jack Coats
Mar 17
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Re: Membrane PBR Test

Hello Ron, Yes, the siphon is for moving from a higher location to a lower one, but what it allows is dwell time too. The PBR can have material moved on a
andreask2004
Mar 17
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Re: Membrane PBR Test

Hello Andreas, ...      A siphon pump could be useful for transferring fluid, but they mostly go from a higher source to a lower recipient.  I think using
Ron Brown
Mar 17
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Re: Membrane PBR Test

Hello Ron, With the creative use of siphons, we could limit the use of pumps. For example, once a tank or PBR gets to a certain level of height, that would
andreask2004
Mar 17
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15532

Re: Membrane PBR Test

Ron, Ok version 3 kinda, seems like the bag would want to take the shape of the raceway lane not unless you added enough air pressure to maintain a circular
jim.richards65
Mar 17
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Re: Membrane PBR Test

Hello Curbie, ...      Well, if we let it collapse so it is flat, we wil get the upper surface of the bag wet with the culture, giving rise to
Ron Brown
Mar 16
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Re: Membrane PBR Test

Ron, ... Diameter or flat tube width??? I must be misinterpreting (see attached) to my eye this misinterpreted configuration would seem to have flow control
jim.richards65
Mar 16
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Re: Membrane PBR Test

Hello Curbie, ...      Sure.  With the current configuration, I will have two transparent three-foot-diameter tubes, which will lay on either side of the
Ron Brown
Mar 16
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Re: Membrane PBR Test

Ron, ... Could you expand on your initial impressions of bag depth (fill depth), IIRC, raceway depth was influenced by light/dark which seems to be handled by
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Mar 16
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Re: Membrane PBR Test

Hello Curbie, ...      Yes, that is what we are trying to do.  The big baggie is the light module.  I think I will use my old PBR as the holding tank (I
Ron Brown
Mar 16
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