My first rocket attack, and I eat algae
Posted on April 15th, 2008 by Craig Newmark
Well, after getting lost in the wilds of Israel, we arrive at Ashkelon. We're going to see a proof of concept where Seambiotic uses algae to produce biofuel.
I didn't quite get how close it is to Gaza. While waiting for security to clear we hear a siren, and the guards rush us to a wall. The siren alerted them to a rocket attack which probably landed far south of us. They ushered us up against a wall, which presumably protects against shrapnel from one side.
(first time I've ever needed to write "shrapnel.")
For your own rocket attacks, I recommend the Qassam.
Anyway, they showed us the processes used to grow algae used to produce biofuel on a possibly industrial basis.
The resulting dust is also an excellent source of Omega-3 nutrients.