Go Baby, Go!

Canadian firm looks to make diesel from dirty diapers

Baby Mommas and Daddys listen up! A new form of “bio” fuel may be on the way that could help offset all them dollars you hand over to Huggies. Nah, we ain’t full of crap- Engineers at a company called AMEC are working to use a process called pyrolysis to break down dirty diapers into a cheap synthetic diesel fuel, at a cost of only 50 cents per liter (damn Canucks and their metric system! That’s a little less than $2.00 per gallon).

The science is still in its early stages, but developments in this technology could mean great things for parents and NASA astronauts alike!

Source: Jalopnik.com