Argonne National Laboratory Certifies The Auto Channel's Position on Tyler Lark Anti-Ethanol Study
It's nice to have America's top research lab confirm what we've said!
Author of THE ETHANOL PAPERS
Exec. Vice President/Co-Publisher
THE AUTO CHANNEL
Yesterday, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL), part of this country's great group of research laboratories, refuted the pedantic, plagiarizing work reported in the Tyler Lark anti-ethanol study "Environmental Outcomes of the US Renewable Fuel Standard." (Download the ANL assessment by CLICKING HERE)
Lark's anti-ethanol study was released about a month ago and the petroleum oil industry wasted no time in using its financial muscle to get the fallacious findings trumpeted through the world.
However, like other attempts to denigrate ethanol fuel, it was filled with lies, gross exaggerations, and fantasy.
Within a day of the original public release of the Lark study, The Auto Channel published our preliminary rebuttal:
Three days later, after the Greg Gutfeld Show (Fox News Channel) featured the Lark study in its attack on ethanol fuel, we published a longer rebuttal:
And, finally, on March 13th, one month after the release of the Lark anti-truth study, we published our conclusive rebuking of it:
I've tried to contact Mr. Lark on three occasions to elicit some follow-up or apology, but so far he ain't talkin'.
Goodbye to another idiotic attempt to disparage ethanol fuel.