<span>"The Man Who Was Almost A Man" is a narrative of one black man's story living in the south and working as a sharecropper. This story was written to shed light on the Civil Rights movement as well as to bring notice to changes that should happen. It shed light on southern life and even predict the racial turmoil that would eventually happen in the south.</span>
The central idea of the passage 'Biomass Basics' is that biomass can be used to create biomass energy and fuel.
'Biomass Basics' is an article provided by the US Energy Information Association. The article talks about the biomass and how to use it to create enery and fuel.
The biomass can be defined as an organic material derived from animals or plants. It is a renewable source of energy.
<u>It can create chemical energy by burning it, and this energy can also be used for making electricity and providing heat to homes and factories. It can be used to create other forms of energy also like methane gas, ethanol, biodiesel, etc. It can also be used to create biomass fuels which reduce the waste and emission of green house gases.</u>
Thus the central idea is that biomass can be used to create biomass energy and fuel.