Reader 02/09/2024 (Fri) 05:11 Id: 40c275 No.22082 del
Quoted from a comment contained within a thread regarding coal burning
>not to be confused with copulation involving a nigger
"Even if we ignore the CO2 output, none of these fuels are particularly good. Coal burning has released so much mercury that there is no longer any body of water in the US where fish are completely safe to consume. In addition to the direct mercury emissions, it releases acids which release naturally occurring mercury from rocks, resulting in more methyl mercury in fish.

Oh -- they use scrubbers now you say? Guess where the effluent is dumped from the scrubbers upon collection? They 'dilute' the effluent with river water to get it within EPA standards and thus dump it in the same rivers & lakes that are used to run the plants."

Interesting thought.