Original publisher: Los Angeles: International Publishing
Publication status: Out of print
This book clearly and simply demonstrates how any energetic and determined person can make ethanol and/or methanol from all sorts of organic wastes, corn, sugar beets, etc., using home-made equipment of great simplicity, and best of all, this alcohol production is entirely powered by the sun. The only things restricting this production are various governmental restrictions on the production of alcohol and the Establishment propaganda that intends to keep people dependent. This might be the most important single book on the entire website.
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