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Alaska’s Natural Gas Problem

Alaska’s Natural Gas Problem

Natural gas burns the same pretty much the world over: about 1 million Btu per 1,000 cubic feet into your home. If the mixture is too rich, your stove will blow up. If it’s too lean, your tofu won’t brown as nicely.

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