Thursday, May 10, 2007

coconut oil power for cars

Energy warming...

When the need arises, man just knows how to adapt and find new resources out of mother nature.

This is evident in Bougainville, an island off Papua New Guinea. Due to civil unrests in the nineties and expensive diesel fuel, new and cheaper source of fuel for cars used...the humble coconut.

Further read from BBC NEWS Asia-Pacific Coconut oil powers island's cars.

According to some sources, this coconut fuel was used during the 2nd World War in the Philippines when diesel was short in supply.

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