- Mar 16, 2009
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- Coimhéad fearg fhear na foighde
So the chemical was used to process coal. It wasn't the product of coal mining. It would make as much sense to blame coal mining for a milk truck turning over on the highway. After all, coal miners drink milk, don't they?West Virginia chemical spill cuts water to up to 300,000, state of emergency declared - U.S. News
They better get into the Rural Areas and make sure people know directly.
Bankrupt solar panel firm took stimulus money, left a toxic mess, says report | Fox News
And that is the beauty of capitalism (no apologies to Karl Marx).And if solar and wind and geothermal and all the other were more viable, they would be used... they are not, and hence cannot be relied on for any majority of energy...
coal, oil, etc are necessities, not to be attacked.. hope companies keep researching alternatives.. and when they find other ways are profitable and viable, they will indeed use them to gain an edge
It amazes me that so many are so ignorant and so desperate for attention. One more ^^^ example which should embarrass every American Citizen. Don't these morons know that the educated in most every nation on our planet read what they post, and must wonder if all Americans are so stupid.
I suspect they will use this and other examples of the contamination of natural water flow used as drinking water to argue that all such sources would be better off if privatized.