Grow your own "guzzoline"

Important Disclaimer: Obviously, you should always obey all applicable laws. This is not a loophole, or a way to cheat or bypass any regulations whatsoever. If you even think of breaking the law, they're onto you and they have ways of finding out. 

Second Important Disclaimer: Also, stop trying to do illegal stuff or get other people to do illegal stuff so you can pin it on other people, because I'm onto you. ANYONE who sins and leads others to sin will pay the full price, incur all the curses of Deuteronomy 28 and the Lord Almighty will extract payment in full from your progeny, and a little extra besides, just to make an example of you, just as He did to Egypt, in case anyone ever thought about forgetting. If anyone doubts the will of God, take a good, long look at the the Sahara Desert and the Egyptians God turned to mud.

You'll never lack for fuel options after reading this article. Even in times when no amount of your filthy, blood-stained Federal Reserve Notes money will buy you a gallon of gas.

Stands to reason that if you can make it, you can sell it. When you know how to make the same acre of farmland 2 to 8 times more productive and out-perform your competition even in the worst of times, there might even be a few bucks in doing generating fuel.

I'm not saying you SHOULD make your own fuel, but I am saying you could, if you had to.  (Which is more likely than you think.)

To be clear, what I'm saying is there's a way to hook a horse up to a plow, grow a crop, harvest it, ferment it, and distill it to create plenty of alcohol fuel to run your truck.

Once you de-nature it and put it in the gas tank, the exact same alcohol you made in the cheap wine article [mine is delicious, smooth, and somewhat drinkable by day 3] is called ethanol.

Even if (or when) ZOG tries to shut down your access to cheap Saudi Arabian oil.

It's a matter of national security. And your family's security.

Because according to Hollywood and Al Gore, this is the most likely scenario.

Actually, there are several ways to make or harvest your own cheap or free alternative fuels, if you want to count vegetable oil-based bio-diesel. Won't make your diesel engine more efficient, but it will make it run.

The down side is all the methods mentioned in this article are carbon-neutral, and therefore keep us enslaved tot his awful ice age. So to fix that, you might want to light a coalfield on fire or something.

Or you might be more like Saddam Hussein, who lit those oil wells. A real hero, pumping all that life-giving CO2 into the atmosphere to terraform this cold and inhospitable glacial desert planet.

Thank God Almighty, when all else fails, you can still make your own alcohol-fuel almost anywhere any sane human would want to live. As I understand it, the government lets you make as much as you want, as long as you don't let anyone drink it.

The other down side is it's regulated by the BATF.

If you're reading this, you may not be a huge fan of the current Federal regulations.
Survivors of the coming famine, war, plagues, and the apocalypse might want to start their car even though the world ended. (Actually, it's not the end of the world. It's the end of the wicked.)

In a Mad Max scenario, post-catastrophe, if you or someone you know can grow your own guzzoline, you're not dependent on the gas pump. You can fuel up your cars, trucks and tractors and be all set to keep moving.

You can grow your own milk, eggs, cheese, yogurt, cream, meat, fruit, vegetables, leather, wool, cotton, linen and gas, you've pretty much got your major bases covered. In the worst case scenario, you'll have something the dentist, mechanic or blacksmith wants even when he's sworn off ZOG bucks, silver and gold.

When God commands you to forgive, kill, or whatever, you'll never feel the ungodly temptation to spare a useless sinner simply because he runs the local gas station.

A post apocalypse doesn't have to be a hell on earth. In fact, it's really the beginning of paradise.

You don't, for example, need to press oil out of sunflowers and try to convert it to a few ounces of bio-diesel. Come on. You can do better than that.

The US government has given you a path so that you (or someone like you) can make up to 98% ethanol fuel from a field of rotten potatoes you can't sell or worm-eaten apples. [What's the other 2%? Gasoline or another additive. See video for details.]

But to make this article a little more relevant, let's look at a more realistic, current-day scenario.

In some cases, you're better off feeding your excesses to the chickens and pigs. Most of the time, that's what you'll do. But the fact is your ten pigs won't eat 100 acres of bad potatoes in a monoculture experiment gone wrong.

Rather than face a total loss after a hailstorm or blight, there may be starches and sugars you can harvest and convert to fuel.
Simple, right?

In modern times, our civilization uses giant freezers and refrigeration to extend the life of apples and other produce, but there's still going to be a time limit. Especially in the event of war or a terrorist attack. In theory, it could take months to restore enough power to maintain refrigeration.

You can't store the stuff forever. That's where alcohol comes it.

It's the cause of, and solution to all of life's problems, as Homer Simpson pointed out.

With ethanol-powered electric generator, you're all set. Your entire acreage becomes a sun-harvesting solar panel. Your fleet of vehicles and generators will be solar powered.

Gas engines can be converted to run on alcohol/ethanol inexpensively and switched back and forth. This might be a step in prepping. Some cars come factory built to run on gasoline, ethanol (alcohol), or natural gas.)

Brazil switched over its whole fleet in the 1970s. Government and civilian, due to high oil costs.

What does fuel-grade alcohol cost to produce? It's not necessarily as cheap as natural gas, but it's cost-competitive with gasoline.

Importantly, production of your own ethanol fuel allows you to capture and store some of the value without meeting the much higher standard of distilling food-grade alcohol. You may have lost a crop, but as long as you've got your starch, you haven't lost your investment.

In really hard times, guzzoline production may be another arrow to have in your quiver.

Put on your turban. You're going into the oil bidnizz.

Sheikh it, baby.

If you need to go into production, at some point, you'll probably want to apply for permission to distill, fill out some forms about as complicated as a tax forms, and you'll keep records that show you're not making moonshine on the side, says "Alcohol Fuel" author Richard Freudenberger. Part 2. Part 3.

It's not the most popular topic, nor is farming, but given that the Germans were forced to fight the Soviet Union because they ran out of oil for their war machine, a secondary source of fuel might be important if our people are pushed into a corner of the country where we've got fewer options than calling up Saudi Arabia to borrow a barrel of petroleum.

In a wooded area, to create fuel from wood, gassification is the better option. Not a good option, but better than nothing. 1.5 miles per pound of wood, grass, trash, and other dry fuels. Sweden used wood gassification when they ran out of oil in WWII.

If you happen to be over-run with nitrogen-fixing invasive species of trees, there may be a more intelligent way to rid yourself of the excess than putting it on a burn pile.

You may not want to mess with all that, but when the intelligent robots get here, we've got plenty of jobs for them to do and no shortage of energy they can harvest on all the underutilized land.

Each acre can generate alcohol, methane, wood fuel and wood gas in addition to meat and produce.


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