he and his co-workers have found revolutionary microalgae in the sea near
The newly found microalgae produce oil more than 10 times faster than previously found
species like Botryococcus Braunii.
Bio ethanol from corn 0.2t/ha
Oil palm 6.0t/ha
Botryococcus braunii 118t/ha
Quoted from http://d.hatena.ne.jp/skymouse/20100421/1271797776
Newly found microalgae 1180t-1416t/ha - are you serious Mr. Watanabe?
If we establish 20000 hectares of facility designed to cultivate the microalgae,
Oil and other natural resources are supposed to belong to the country they are stored, then what about this seemingly lucrative microalgae? Do you think it should be treated in the same way as natural resources?
or would you claim it to be a common property of all countries?
I'm especially curious how oil-producing countries will react to this kind of news. Can it be anything but a threat to them? Can they stand on their own feet without the advantage of oil?