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Date:5/13/2010

t in the bio-cell in their simple hydrolyzed form. The technology also produces directly and/or indirectly the 12 chemical building blocks. A massive quantity of fresh water is also produced because water is the major part by weight of the bio-cell. Some of the valuable materials could be extracted as commodities or raw materials in several industries. Also part of the valuable materials could be used as organic fertilizers and/or nutritional supplements for livestock, poultry, swine and/or fish. Using the technology's valuable materials as organic fertilizers and nutritional supplements will have a positive impact on green house gas emissions (Methane CH4 & Nitrogen dioxide NO2) and it will have an even greater positive impact on land desertification, on water crises, on acid rains, and on dead zones created by the agricultural runoffs. Both of these positive impacts have a synergistic relation to each other. These positive impacts will yield substantial revenues to the technology through the exponentially expanding carbon market.

It should be highlighted that this technology does not include thermal applications; it is expected to have an unprecedented positive energy balance. Also, this technology does apply neither acids nor extracted or manmade enzymes.

All above unlimited products are produced indirectly out off any degradable material, with priorities. Biofuels could be produced out of calcium carbonate, abattoir blood, nematodes, crude oil, coal, cellulosic materials, municipal wastes, industrial wastes, agricultural wastes, etc. as very few materials' examples; those materials are uncountable. Agricultural crops could be utilized as feedstock but they have a descended priority as well as crude oil and coal. Agricultural wastes are top priority.

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