Agriculture
6-8-2008                                                              


My research with cultivating algae for oil extraction is going well. I am currently working with two universities and 16 independent bio-diesel fuel
producers to switch from soy, corn and other food sources to algae cultivation. Our process uses only solar cells to further reduce the impact
on our planet. No municipal power is needed.
Our future in the U.S. depends on the development of a new source of fuel to that will free us from the grips of soaring fuel prices and the greed
of oil companies. With food shortages worldwide and soaring gas prices nationwide we are headed down hill fast. PBC7 and its entire staff is
dedicated to the community by providing relief through this new revolutionary oil process.

I received a pledge of 400 aquatic acres right outside the city of Pine Bluff, Arkansas for my research and development. This joint collaboration
along with Lazendra Hairston, a local university biologist assisting this project, American Delta Project, will yield great results. By the end of
this year we will be producing enough bio-diesel to give our city and surrounding the communities up to 10,000 gallons of bio-diesel fuel a day.
This also will provide quality jobs for those seeking to improve our city and surrounding areas and provide extra monies for the city and county.


I will not stop these efforts until Pine Bluff, Arkansas is the pride of the Delta in Algae Bio-Fuel Production.

Tony Paris, CEO  
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