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

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Andreas and Curbie, Please let's get back to on topic subjects. Even more important, please let's focus on facts and ideas rather than attacking other
Bobby Yates Emory
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Mar 28

Re: Fucoxanthin from microalgae

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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
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Mar 20

Re: Membrane PBR Test

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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
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Mar 17

Re: Membrane PBR Economics [second try]

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Ron, Right - there will be pumping. For a test, to learn about algae growth, we would not be concerned with the cost. When we get to production, even in a DIY
Bobby Yates Emory
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Mar 14

Re: Exploring the Dark Side

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Hello Curbie, ...      Using a light meter will give you a good idea of the culture density, but I prefer weighing a sample of the culture.  Since I know
Ron Brown
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Mar 14

Re: Membrane PBR Economics

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Hello George, ...      Right.  If we have two rolls that lay out flat at 12' X 25', we can use it to make33.3 square yards of big baggies.  I missed some
Ron Brown
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Mar 12

Camalina (was: Re: [oil_from_algae] RE: Membrane PBR Economics)

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Bobby, The wikipedia article just scratches the surface on it. Yields are running 1800-2100 lbs per acre and 35% oil yield on a weight basis. There are other
andreask2004
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Mar 10

Terminology suggestion (was: Re: [oil_from_algae] RE: Membrane PBR E

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Filing a copyright is very simple.....if this is something you want to do, I would get it filed. Regards, Andreas
andreask2004
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Mar 10

Re: Growing Algae for Two Dollars a Pound

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Andreas, If you own property, consider your 'rent' as the portion of the asset (property) you allocate to the use and all the associated expense like taxes,
Jack Coats
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Mar 8

The Great Algae Robbery

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Hi Ron, Could you expand in general on what costs comprises your $2.00/lb of algae? Curbie
jim.richards65
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Mar 3

Re: Is this group still active?

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Hi Bruce, How many square meters of area is your pond, and what's the average yearly solar radiation per meter, per day for it's location? Curbie
jim.richards65
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Feb 25

Re: aquaponics/algae

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Dion, Wasn't John Fry a hog rancher in South Africa, kind of dates me, but his work and book is what I use when looking at biodigestion. If I remember
jim.richards65
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Feb 23

Re: BioButanol (was: Is this group still active? Introducing Algae W

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On Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 8:13 AM, Robert Copcutt r@copcutt.me.uk ... Patents also allow you the right to use your own idea without being stifled by
Jack Coats
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Feb 21

Re: BioButanol

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Hello Ron, Diaphragm pumps are very gentle and a Archimedes screw pump is what I was talking about with the propeller in the pipe. Very easy to use and no
andreask2004
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Feb 19

Is this group still active? Introducing Algae World News

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Curiously, I started about 40 years ago, purchasing a thesis "The Enzymatic Hydrolysis Of Cellulose" (looking for a mechanism of converting waste
Donald H Locker
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Feb 18
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