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Next time someone asks you for an alternative to coal, nuclear or fossil oil energy, talk to them about olive tree biodiesel energy.
Olive tree-based biofuel. Why Olive-based biodiesel? Plant a grove of trees ONE time, harvest biodiesel for 200-400 YEARS.
Why Olive Bio-Diesel is better than all Bio-fuels... Imagine how much wealth (jobs) would stay in America if we cancelled literally all of our oil contracts with the Middle East and kept that money here... By growing all of our fuel energy domestically, we could keep more money and jobs onshore. Loose much of our fiscal deficit, create a whole new industry in America.
- Olive Trees live 200-400 years, sometimes more, the oldest olive tree on Earth is nearly 5000 years old
- The oil can be catalyzed cold or processed hot into Bio-Diesel. The remaining pulp can be fermented into ethyl alcohol. The wood chips of the pruned limbs can be turned into methanol. The pits (stones, seeds) can be burned as biomass fuel to generate heat or electricity (substitute for coal).
- They can be grown with minimum water as they are drought tolerant
- They can be grown in the extreme Southern US, South America, China, Australia and Africa, mainly in the deserts but also in areas of the tropics that are not overly saturated with water, areas between 30-45 degrees latitude in both hemispheres and the winter freeze is above 19 degrees F.
- The oil, coal, natural gas and nuclear energy industries all lie to politicians, lie to the public. An olive Tree-based energy industry would not have dirty secrets to hide and lie about.
Growing the right biofuel energy could capture so many tons of CO2 Greenhouse Gas that most people cannot fathom the amount, with the CO2 negative just a built in, costless side-effect. Olive Trees are naturally occurring CO2 storage filters, solar powered.
Olive Culture, growing Olives to produce Biodiesel, Ethanol is economically more feasible than all other Biofuels combined. The world's oldest Olive Tree is between 2,000-5,000 years old! Plant once, harvest for hundreds, possibly thousands of years.The long life-span of Olive Trees makes the economic model far more feasible than all other plant-based biofuels such as corn ethanol. Corn lives for months then dies and needs replanting. Olives live at least 200-300 years before the need to replant arises.
Olive Trees are CO2 negative and O2 positive. Olive Trees can live as long as 5000 years before dying, with many farm trees living hundreds of years. Fuels that can be made from Olive trees include Bio Diesel, Methanol and Ethanol. Olive Bio-Diesel can be farmed on most of the farmland of California, the U.S. deep South Bible-belt states and Florida.
Olive Trees are drought tolerant, requiring minimum drip irrigation, are naturally immune to most insects and most diseases. Drought tolerance, insect and disease resistance and long-life-span make olives the most low-input, high-output biofuel plant there is.
The world will run out of oil by 2054, but between now and 2054 oil will become one of the most expensive substances known to man. It has become a finite resource which we use much too fast. Olive bioenergy is a renewable resource, olive biodiesel derived from an perennial crop. America needs to grow Olive Trees on a scale and magnitude similar to when we once built hydro-electric dams. Currently we have a few olive trees for fruit and culinary olive oil; we need to expand those current trees many thousands of percent into a new bioenergy source.
Super-High-Density(SHD) Varietals of Olives can be planted to yield 495 gallons of biodiesel per year per acre. When Columbus landed on Hispaniola in the Americas in 1492, his crew planted 3 orange trees. As of 2013, Oranges are so commonplace in the Americas farmers are removing older trees. We need to make Olives more commonplace than oranges in all the climates suitable for Olives. The U.S. is going to run out of oil; the U.S. can plant millions of acres with Super-High-Density(SHD) Varietals of Olives and produce 6,750 gallons of biodiesel per acre for 200-400 years or more. This is the least amount of labor method to produce biofuel.
Other noteworthy biofuel/biodiesel crops are: Jatropha curcas, Castor Bean, Millettia pinnata, Jojoba, Moringa oleifera, Algae, Citrullus colocynthis, Simarouba, Flax, Madhuca indica and Calophyllum inophyllum.
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