It’s true. Here in Silicon Valley, several ex-software execs may have found the answer to the $140/barrel oil prices. How? Genetically-engineered bug excretion. That’s right. Bugs eat sugar, and crap oil. It’s called Renewable Petroleum™ and it’s from a biotechnology company called LS9. The bugs are single-cell organisms, that are a fraction of a billionth the size of an ant. The organisms start out as industrial yeast, or nonpathogenic strains for E. coli, and LS9…"Renewable Petroleum™ – Oil 2.0?"