This one is straight from The Jawa Report:
Meet a family that is devoted to saving the planet. Sara and Matt Janssen gave up a 1,600-square-foot home for a small apartment, then they moved into a recreational vehicle powered by vegetable oil.
They scavenged the oil from fast-food and mom-and-pop restaurants willing to give away “an increasingly valuable commodity.”
The fueling process itself takes about an hour, Sara Janssen said, adding that the couple invested in an on-board oil filtration system, which strains the “batter and chicken chunks” before the oil reaches the engine. […]
Having traded up to their 1998 Western Alpine Coach in September, they figure that they have traveled about 20,000 miles in all and resorted to diesel fuel just once, outside of Austin, Texas.
“It was our fault,” Janssen said. “We didn’t start looking early enough.”
She estimates that they saved about $25,000 using the kitchen grease instead of conventional fuel.
Now, to save $25,000 on fuel while traveling 20,000 miles doesn’t make sense. Reportedly, their RV gets eight miles per gallon of fuel. That means 2,500 gallons were used for 20,000 miles. $25,000 divided by 2,500 gallons equals $10 savings per gallon of vegetable oil used.
With diesel running below $3 a gallon, how do the Janssens save $10 a gallon by replacing it with vegetable oil? Maybe they used some type of global warming math.
Original story source at here.
For more examples of global warming math that revolutionarily chucks out all previously established laws of mathematics, logic, physics, causality and reality/existence itself, see the following:
- Video: Refuting Al Gore on CO2 Levels and Temperature – Temperature rise actually comes 800 years BEFORE carbon dioxide rise!