Don't have enough time at the moment to watch all of it however there is a few problems with him. First off he is not a very good speaker lol it is kinda annoying >_>. 2nd he presents a lot of the science as fact when in reality most of it is still under heavy research and constantly changing. 3rd I think he loves his mushrooms a little too much.
Someone needs to tell him how to pronounce fungi
Lol you should here my physics teacher. He calls beta as bita and omega as omiga...it sounds like he is saying oh mi gawd.
Was very interesting though. ;)
I wonder which will win out. Mycelium based fuel, or coffee bean oil based fuel (or some other organic method).
Well that will all come down to money and time GL.
And which the petrolium companies back I suppose...
"Fry fuel" is just that guy's crazy name for SVO, or Straight Vegetable Oil, something that is a lot less desirable for your vehicle than a B* blend that's certified. For instance, any Cummins motor will run on B5 out of the factory, and any of the newer 6.7L ones will use B20 from the factory. You can push it to B100 with a different fuel filter.
These fuels are standardized all over the world for production, which gets you a much higher grade fuel than dirty grease from a McD. And, for the record, when making your own B100, McD grease is one of the worst stock to start with.
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