Tom Rickey’s headline doesn’t lie: His news story and video for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory tells how researchers are converting methane, including from cow pies, to energy-rich slime. The goo can be a liquid or turned into a semisolid, pine-colored jello. It has potential as a biofuel, livestock feed, or starting material for plastics. @trickeyPNNL. image: pixabay
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