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A look at 6 unusual experiments under way that could plausibly replace conventional gasoline

A car that could run on thin air? On the road by 2016? That's what Peugot-Citroen says it will be selling: A hybrid car that runs on a combination of gasoline and air.

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The U.S. military, like so many other giant organizations, is making the case for going green. From hybrid tanks to bio-fuel jet fuel, reducing fuel is becoming more and more important. The latest move is towards more electric cars, thousands of little NEVs to use on bases around the world. According to the Army Times, the Army, Navy and Air Force are looking into the battery-powered vehicles, with the first deployment coming to Fort Belvoir in Virginia in the middle of December. Some of the NEV

It's not the formula you would prefer, but the military is testing an alternative fuel for B-52 bombers and other jet-powered aircraft.

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