Time will tell what all bodies are buried in the $700 billion economic bailout bill. We already know about the one that would pay $20 a month to people who ride a bicycle to work. That should be a big economic boost to San Francisco and Portland, Ore., but not so much in Oklahoma City. Also in the bill but little noticed is renewal of alternative energy tax credits that have expired or would expire by Dec. 31. Wind and solar technologies will get a boost from including this in the bill. And you thought the rescue plan was only about financial institutions and the most essential steps needed to restore confidence in the markets. No bill that goes through Congress, even ones that go through in a hurry, is immune from being packed with the non-germane.