Attn:@Drea-Anderson and scientific community.
I don't think I have to point out how horrible things are smelling right now since we got the generator working and it started to use coal diesel to run it.
It's very efficient, it makes a lot of power, but it's not good for us or our immediate environment.
We could pull nothing out of the ground and run that but I think we can do better.
The width have as part of their system a bacteria that separates methane into hydrogen and from aldehyde. The hideaway or may not be useful input your defense. But I think the most important thing is the fact that it creates hydrogen. Which is not only clean burning, but would you use it as a fuel source it can create drinking water.
I don't know what it will take in physical resources, but I suggest that our campus, geneticists, and biologists allocate some time to coming up with a way that we could harness the power of this bacteria.