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5 responses to “NASA Investigates Chicken Fat As Eco-Friendly Jet Fuel”

  1. GenKreton

    What’s so sustainable about killing millions of chickens for an airplane flight? It’s certainly anything but eco-friendly given the harsh environmental impact of raising chickens.

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