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glassgowkiss

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There's a lot of info out there. In addition to being nasty in the particulate matter department, the production of diesel fuel uses 25% more energy--virtually all of the energy per mile you gain while driving isn't real. Also keep in mind that there is a NASA study currently underway that may end up placing a lot of the blame for glacial recession on albedo decreases caused by soot.

 

Here's a place to start:

 

http://www.air-quality.org.uk/26.php

 

http://www.air-quality.org.uk/04.php

 

 

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There's a lot of info out there. In addition to being nasty in the particulate matter department, the production of diesel fuel uses 25% more energy--virtually all of the energy per mile you gain while driving isn't real. Also keep in mind that there is a NASA study currently underway that may end up placing a lot of the blame for glacial recession on albedo decreases caused by soot.

 

Here's a place to start:

 

http://www.air-quality.org.uk/26.php

 

http://www.air-quality.org.uk/04.php

 

Both links seem to be close to middle ground overall. If anything, they favor Deisel. Did I miss-read something?

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