Automakers continue to quietly void warranties if you use E-15 gas
Running ethanol in newer vehicles voids the warranty.
Ethanol is bad for your vehicles engine and needs to be banned.
It seems to be a growing trend that motorists are shopping around for gas stations which offer ethanol free gas, even if they have to pay a bit more per gallon to get it. Distributors are noticing, and more and more stations are featuring this option. (You can find a list of such stations near you here.) I noticed this myself during a recent trip in New York, and now it’s showing up further south as well.
Arthur Wyckoff III has sworn off alcohol — in his gasoline.
“I make it a point, before I get real low, to make it to a gas station that has 100 percent gas,” the Chickamauga, Ga., man said Thursday morning as he fueled his Toyota Corolla at the Sav-A-Ton on LaFayette Road in Fort Oglethorpe.
The gas station is one of a number in the Chattanooga area that advertise gas free of ethanol. The grain alcohol additive — usually derived from corn — makes up 10 percent of almost all gasoline sold at the pump around the United States.
“The ethanol, it just messes up your engine,” Wyckoff said.
The repeating theme among customers is repeated here. Drivers have become more and more aware that not only is the higher corn gas bad for engine components, it actually costs you money by cutting down on your mileage.
Pure gas means better mpg
There doesn’t seem to be any dispute that pure gasoline delivers better mileage than gas that’s part ethanol.
America’s Vaccine Civil War: Will Negative News on Gardasil Turn the Tide in 2018?
Is the U.S. Media Finally Engaging in “Damage Control” Regarding the Dangerous Gardasil Vaccine?
Mainstream Media Censorship on Gardasil VaccineFor years now, the mainstream media has censored almost any negative information regarding vaccines in general, and the Gardasil vaccine in particular.
Gardasil, the HPV vaccine produced by Merck, is a huge money maker, and any negative press that documents lives being destroyed by the vaccine will obviously have a negative result on sales.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr, has publicly stated that 70% of mainstream media news advertising revenues during non-election years is funded by pharmaceutical companies. (Source.)
So it is easy to understand the probable reason why the standard rules of investigative journalism are not utilized when reporting vaccine issues, particularly the Gardasil vaccine. Only positive news is allowed – not anything critical.
We saw this on full display at the end of 2013 when then popular daytime television host Katie Couric dared to produce a program regarding the “HPV Vaccine Controversy.”
Couric was very careful to make her own personal views known, stating that she was pro-vaccine and that her own daughters received the gardasil HPV vaccine.
But it didn’t matter. She was vilified and viciously attacked by the corporate mainstream media to even dare to suggest that there was a “controversy” surrounding the Gardasil vaccine. She interviewed one mother who claimed to have lost her teenage daughter after giving her the Gardasil vaccine.
It was a show that gave both sides of the debate, with the pro-vaccine side more heavily favored, apparently in an attempt to ward off criticisms.
It didn’t work. Couric was forced to issue an apology on her show the next week, and she also had to give Dr. Anne Schuchat, Assistant Surgeon General and Director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, dressed in official military attire, air time to promote the standard CDC propaganda about how safe the Gardasil vaccine supposedly is.
Couric’s show was canceled for the next season, and some believe her career has never been the same since.
In 2015 the Toronto Star published what was probably one of the best investigative reports ever published in a corporate mainstream media publication about the Gardasil vaccine, but the editors were pressured to remove the article from their website. Health Impact News contacted the journalists who wrote the report, as well as their editor, and offered to publish it on the Health Impact News network, but they declined.
It is currently still available (for now) on the Internet Archive website here.
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