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John Lawrence

Very interesting. Who would have thought that more CO2 by weight is created than the weight of the original gasoline? I've never heard this explained so succinctly till I read your blog.

Jim Sage

As I learned physics 50 plus years ago, a gas has no weight, only solids and liquids.

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