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On Fri, March 16, 2001 wrote: 
"they can be controlled by choice of fuel, control of the combustion, and degree of stack gas scrubbing."  Is absolutely correct.  The problem is that those methods are being absolutely avoided, deliberately or via permit variances.  Therefore we can not separate these issues! 
    Liquid fuels created by bio-mass conversions of many farm products would accomplish these reductions with a significant beneficial by-product "increased employment".
 
--Jerry Aydlott
    V.P. Friends of the Jordan River Watershed