Biofuel as an incredible hype
The achievement society needs instability as a slaveholder's whip. The debate about biofuel vs. electromobility is a classic example of this.
How could fuel made from biomass become such a hype when all the facts speak against it? Because it is a fundamental principle of the achievement society to create unstable situations to spur people on to more achievement.
Competition forces more achievement. If the car competes with humans for food, people will be forced to achieve more so that they can afford to eat.
Fortress Europe, fortress USA, compulsory expenditures as protection against the tide of economic refugees.
In this respect, biofuel is an ideal solution for the achievement society.
As much nature as possible. Biofuel cultivation areas are not nature but are death zones for all animal life during the harvesting period.
A photovoltaic system the size of the carport under which the car parks is large enough to produce as much energy as the electric car needs.
Photovoltaics and wind energy have an area efficiency that is higher by several orders of magnitude than biomass. Photovoltaics and wind power plants can harvest energy in places where it is neither sensible or possible to cultivate food for humans.
Biofuel should therefore be rejected.