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April 17, 2012

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Neil Goldstein

I couldn't agree more. We have a family friend who owns a biodiesel company, and his stories about how the regulations are structured to stifle innovation in diesel technology are real. He cannot sell his temperature-stable biodiesel for automotive use in this country, and will probably never be able to.

Angelo

Also---simple old diesels by Peugeot, Mercedes, Volkswagen----ran forever with very little maintenance.

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