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Evaluations of Mark Winslow

Mark Winslow's makes the point that currently the United States heavily depends on foreign markets for basic fossil fuels and energy. He argues that we have a large amount of natural fossil fuel, coal, and that further research is needed to create ultra clean and efficient fuels from coal. He's a strong advocate for a long term research mission, which he claims started after World War II, to create liquid fuels from coal, and when tied in with President Bush's hydrogen fuel cell automobile initiative, will serve in the United State's strategic and environmental interest.

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