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February 25, 2012 12:02pm
Exxon Mobil ran a commercial not long ago, and it may still be airing, about developing technology for making algae into fuel. Assuming that they are not getting paid by the government to do this, it could be seen as an example of how private industry will pick up the ball and run with it, if they think they can turn a profit off of it. This is good. It is called capitalism. If, on the flip side of the coin, the government is paying or subsadizing this research, then the government is collaborating with a company and an industry that they denounce. Exxon will not pave the way for this algae fuel to happen without turning a profit.
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