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Life into environmentally friendly transportation fuels and a clean and cost effective way. This unlikely inventor calls. Himself messianic as in the messiah and likes to say matter of factly that he is saving the world. And that's what you think. Yes. You think I'm? I don't think I know that who says things like that. Marshall medoff does he's a man on a mission who decided one day that he was going to stop global warming. When I realized what was going on here. I said this is a -mergency we've got to find new resources. We gotta find new ways of saving the universe in terms of global warming and so forth. And so on what was your science education, Sarah? So no degree in chemistry. Oh, of course. I didn't have any degree in chemistry. What you're right. You. I have no idea, but I kill off has been called a genius twenty-five years ago. He became obsessed with the environment and decided to abandon his business career and become an amateur scientist. But while engineers geologists and ecologists with PHD's when two labs at MIT and Stanford medoff went to one of the country's most legendary settings