October 25, 2005
Cow-powered trains in Sweden

Not so funny for the cows, but very environmentally friendly use of the leftovers of the ones that were headed for the arbattoir anyway:

BBC: Cows make fuel for biogas train

The world's first biogas-powered passenger train is taking its first passengers between the Swedish cities of Linkoping and Vastervik. And the biogas comes from the entrails of dead cows.

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And with so many different things to run engines on. Someone needs to commit to using then and making a product that everyday people can use. I'd be happy if a couple gas pumps pumped bio fuel of come sort. Although I can't recommend doing that with cow guts.

Posted by: Adrian on November 8, 2005 12:09 AM
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