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jpak Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Oct-13-06 10:12 AM
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26. I have no problems mining coal??? Really??? I said that???
No, that is false.

and biofuels comprise what percent of world agricultural production????

and I advocate fertilizers for their production???

No, that is false - I advocate organic and low-impact agriculture and sustainable forestry for the production of biofuels and efficient low-emission low-carbon transportation systems to use them.

Your claim is false

The steel used in silly windmills, unlike the irradiated steel used in nuclear reactors, is recyclable and can be used to produce many generations of future silly windmills with less energy input than it takes for the de novo synthesis of steel.

You ignore the nitrous oxide emissions from ammonium carbonate used to intentionally pollute ground water for uranium production.

It is neither clean or green - and no amount of bluster can change that.

Make stuff up??? I stated that annual US sulfur dioxide emissions were 13.6 million tonnes (in 2003) - which is correct.

And there is no sulfuric acid leaching from uranium mines - ISL or otherwise???

There is...

Tortured logic indeed.
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