I've been saying for years that the whole biodiesel thing is enough to put us in a deep, deep hole. It will do so, if it ever gets off the ground, by taking food out of the food chain, and ultimately by taxing food (i.e., corn). They're already trying to do this...the idea of a tax on corn syrup and products with corn syrup in them. Does ANYBODY think this is a sound economic idea???? It's bad enough that we're being pushed to use it in fuel, but to actually tax food...this is how famines and global recessions start. And watching CNN the other morning, they had an economist on that was saying the exact same thing..over and over..."it's a mistake to tax food, and using food for fuel is a really bad idea" despite the sneers and jibes of the morning news announcers. He kept plugging away at it. I don't really expect to see him again, but he's absolutely right.