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Aussy Harold
Posted 5/4/2021 02:12 (#8986238 - in reply to #8986227)
Subject: RE: A ton of fuel = how much Co2


North East Wimmera district of Victoria.

Yep - agree.

The boiled water is still water, but the tonnes of fuel is combined with oxygen to give thrust, and by product!

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