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1. Originally Posted by Pete LSD
Everybody who drives, please state your range of fuel consumption in mpg or km/l or l/100 km from worst to best. Specify the speed and season also. Thanks!
Two-wheeled Ox-cart, circa 1972
Fuel: Caked rice & barley in water

Fuel usage: 20 km per litre
Fuel cost: 20 cents per litre

Efficiency: 1 cent = 1 km
Speed: 4 km/h - 8 km/h

Comparables: Paper planes, bonded slaves, labour camps, the Gulag

2. Dink it! You are good .

Originally Posted by Oldhand
Two-wheeled Ox-cart, circa 1972
Fuel: Caked rice & barley in water

Fuel usage: 20 km per litre
Fuel cost: 20 cents per litre

Efficiency: 1 cent = 1 km
Speed: 4 km/h - 8 km/h

Comparables: Paper planes, bonded slaves, labour camps, the Gulag

3. Originally Posted by Pete LSD
Dink it! You are good .
he don't call himself oldhand for no reason

4. Originally Posted by Pete LSD
Everybody who drives, please state your range of fuel consumption in mpg or km/l or l/100 km from worst to best. Specify the speed and season also. Thanks!
You asked for all these, didn't you?

5. And here's a picture of this extremely energy-efficient green vehicle

6. Ha ha ha . Actually, the biological conversion of sugar into mechanical energy is not that efficient by itself. However, the the cogeneration of heat as a byproduct keeps the flesh from a hard piece of rock.

7. Originally Posted by Pete LSD
Ha ha ha . Actually, the biological conversion of sugar into mechanical energy is not that efficient by itself. However, the the cogeneration of heat as a byproduct keeps the flesh from a hard piece of rock.
You are forgetting that this 'green vehicle' has a second chapter.
What, er, comes out of the oxen is processed into yet more fuel

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