• 02:01

    Sunday on the Front Stoop, What is a green airport?

    in Energy

    This morning we talk to pilots Grazia Zanin and Max Shauck about green airports.  Max and Grazia made history in 1989 when they flew accoss the Atlantic Ocean with ethanol fuel.  They were awarded the Harman trophy for this accomplishment. They are lifelong advocates of renewable energy and in particular the benefits of ethenol fuel in airplanes.  Commercial airlines are at this time using diesel fuel.   Ethanol is a clean burning aviation fuel.   Max and Grazia want to build a "green airport' where for one thing, pilots will be trained in planes that use ethanol.  They will discribe for us the full picture of what is involved with building a 'green airport' and the reasons why it is important to transition commercial airlines to ethanol fuel.  


  • 02:59

    Who's in Charge/Creepy Tales

    in Education

    Friday, October 17, 2014, 8:00 PM Eastern Time

    Calling all Patriots,

    We invite you to join us for the next installment of “Who’s in Charge.”

    We are coming to the end of another week on our continuing journey getting answers and discovering solutions for those things we all need to have control over in our own lives if we are ever going to be able to say “We are the person in charge!”

    Mike will continue with the second half of his in-depth discussion of the history, legalities, and science behind the myths, and truth about the production, distribution, and use of Ethanol as a viable alternative liquid transportation fuel.

    Mike will be laying out a very simple grass-roots plan that will cost Washington, DC not one red cent that we can put into action Right now, TODAY, that would take the USA from an energy importer to an energy exporter in less than 180 days, totally breaking our dependence on Middle Eastern oil while eliminating our annual foreign trade deficit and turning it into a $300 Billion per year trade surplus which could be put to a much better use here at home for our crushing national debt or to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure.

    It’s no different for any country in the world as it is for each of us as individuals. Unless you are doing something to get into the alternative energy game You Are Not In Charge of anything, including your own life!

    A little about Mike’s credentials:

    Mike started working on energy independence for himself and our nation, long before he was a physics major in college.

    He has conducted experiments, made innovations, and invented components and systems to decentralize/localize power sources for home, industry, and transportation for over 50 years.

    Tonights Creepy Tales double feature presents Beyond Midnight

    Man who sold his soul & The Signalman

  • 02:00
  • 00:53

    Gasification, Tactical Woodgas on We Grow Ours!

    in Education

    Gasification, Tactical Woodgas
    We Grow Ours!
    on American Preppers Radio 
    Mondays 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
    Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/

    This week on the We Grow Ours show, Nick and Don talk with Mike Leister of TacticalWoodgas.com. As you know Nick has a “Thing for gas” and alternative energy. Nick has of coarse talked Don into helping with a few of these crazy alternative energy ideas and we have done a basics of gasification episode in the past (Episode 10 only on prepperbraodcasting.com) as well as Episode 11 on distilling your own fuel. We think Mike brings the product that we have been looking for. In fact, after this episode Nick and Don are looking at bringing “Hostile Power” to the public, another project Nick started a while ago.

    Read more HERE!

    Tags: American Preppers Radio

  • 00:57
  • 01:02

    Extend the Life of Your Equipment with Mike Caprio of Lawn Doctor

    in Business

    Tonight, Mike Caprio of Lawn Doctor will discuss some of the following:

    What are the most common-and most preventable causes of equipment downtime?
    An example of a good preventative maintenance program.  What we should be doing monthly, annually, etc.
    Who is responsible for what in a preventative maintenance program and how do they log changes.
    Tracking equipment usage
    In house mechanic versus outsourcing
    Winter storage/spring startup
    What’s the big “ethanol controversy”? Isn’t all gasoline safe to use?

  • 00:30

    Q & A on Ethanol for boats

    in Business

    NMMA's John McKnight joined us to answer your questions about ethanol. Here's some background:
    Today’s boats and marine engines are designed to operate on E-10.
    The EPA has received a waiver from Growth Energy to increase the ethanol content in gasoline to 15%.
    The EPA has until December to decide whether or not to allow 15% ethanol in the US gasoline supply.
    Engine manufacturers will be working with the Department of Energy this summer to begin testing E-15 on select engines.
    The move towards increasing the ethanol content in gasoline is being driven by the mandate that requires 36 billion gallons of bio fuel in the US fuel supply by 2022.
    For more information, go to http://capwiz.com/nmma/home/

  • 02:00

    Super Dave Show - Government Mandates & Political Prostitution

    in Politics

    Why does your elected official vote a certain way?  Why is ethanol even around?  Why is solar technology given away?  We have the answers!

    Changing minds every day of the week!

  • 00:13

    ETR 115 What E15 Ethanol Really Means

    in Energy

    In today’s episode, Jane Van Ryan interviews Al Jessel, co-chair of the Coordinating Research Council (CRC) about a plan being considered by the EPA which would raise the amount of ethanol in gasoline from 10 percent to 15 or 20 percent.

  • 00:27

    Keith Schaefer--Natural Gas Prices Coming To An Inflection Point 03.Apr.14

    in Finance

    Keith Schaefer is one of the best energy analysts out there. After watching the natural gas draw down this winter and record price spikes, utlities have been on a spring buying spree. In the next two weeks, we'll find out if their spree is over or whether they'll keep buying. This will determine whether prices stay firm or whether they'll collapse. Oil prices have remained surprisingly steady and will probably remain so, depending upon the Saudis. Ethanol prices have been all over the board and Keith is keeping a hands-off attitude. If next winter is like this one, imagine where prices could go.

  • 00:11

    ETR 55 Ethanol Use in Gasoline

    in Energy

    Oct. 14, 2008: Jane Van Ryan talks with Al Mannato, fuels issues manager at API, about the use of ethanol in gasoline

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