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Wow. Just wow. Real proud to be a Buckeye right now.
Researchers have discovered a stunning new process that takes the energy from coal without burning it -- and removes virtually all of the pollution.
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Bp: Great article. Thanks for sharing. Be interesting to read follow up pieces on this subject. Go Bucks!
This would be huge for the environment and for Ohio's economy, plus help lessen our need for oil -Which let's face it is a dwindling resource and the over of it is rediculous now.
IMO the major problems we face from an eco standpoint is China, India, and south america. If anyone has ever traveled to those places they'll see that the cars aren't maintained properly and therefore almost all of them billow black smoke out of the exhaust because no one changes their oil and literally ot probably makes ot ten times as bad to drive their cars than a typical American car in the us.
Even though I believe that man-made global warming is a bunch of
The technology here could be very useful and re-energize the coal industry while producing less pollution over all.....interesting possibilities.....
It is ridiculous to hear certain so called environmental groups trying to downplay or debunk this. And the reason is obvious, coal is the devil and they are in bed with the wind and solar industries. Who would be crushed if this technology is proven and cost effective. This technology could be a game changer. I love seeing the hypocritical so called liberal environmentalists. Who are only for protecting the environment if it benefits them. And the groups who fund them.
This is an extremely exciting article. The amount of pollution it could eliminate is mind boggling. I would like a cleaner environment for health's sake, although I don't think it has a damn thing to do with global warming.
Amazingly, the hard core environmentalists are not very excited because it doesn't solve the affect coal mining has on the mountains and rivers. Solar and wind are the only things they will accept no matter what. It will be interesting to see if the government further funds this, or if it will look for the next Solyndra.
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I am from Zanesville too, but left over 20 yrs ago. Everytime I go back I am shocked at what a freakin hick town it has become, wingnuts and all!
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