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    US drowning in its own waste

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuskegeeBen View Post
    US drowning in its own waste
    Never mind, important that the China did accept the 9/11 waste (waste?)...

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    Those that mindlessly accumulate and consume the most are the winners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    China did accept the 9/11 waste (waste?)...
    Good enough as it was supposedly highly contaminated with asbestos. Well the buildings were, prior to the Yids blowing them up.

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    Well how about investing in Processing plants in countries, that could certainly do with some investment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuskegeeBen View Post
    US drowning in its own waste
    In San Francisco it's literal.

    San Fran Mayor London Breed: "Please stop shitting in our streets."



    SF Mayor: 'There's More Feces ... Than I've Ever Seen'
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    The mayor needs to have more public toilets installed then. Cripes, that seems obvious.

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    The real pollution problem is not the one you can see but what is going on underground. Fracking is pumping billions of gallons of chemical soup, they like to call brine, into the ground at high pressure to force out the oil and gas which is replaced with this 'brine'. There is a watchdog that is supposed to monitor what the frackers put into their brine but they use brand name chemicals like a farmer saying I use Roundup, but what is in this brand name chemical never seems to be questioned.

    The experts say it will take ten thousand of years for this to seep back to the surface but it is already happening in places and polluting land aquifers and rivers. There is also the surplus that comes out with the oil and gas that has to be disposed of, when fracking first started this was pumped into domestic waste water treatment plants and rivers, this has been put a stop to and this surplus along with industrial waste some of it radioactive is being pumped into deep wells at even higher pressure again the experts say it cant get back to the surface but it is.

    There are something like 2 million of these wells around the country and when it finally gets to the stage that land is contaminated and cant grow crops, water supplies are polluted and people are dying fracking and deep well disposal will be stopped but the damage will already be done with no way to correct it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
    The real pollution problem is not the one you can see but what is going on underground. Fracking is pumping billions of gallons of chemical soup, they like to call brine, into the ground at high pressure to force out the oil and gas which is replaced with this 'brine'. There is a watchdog that is supposed to monitor what the frackers put into their brine but they use brand name chemicals like a farmer saying I use Roundup, but what is in this brand name chemical never seems to be questioned.

    The experts say it will take ten thousand of years for this to seep back to the surface but it is already happening in places and polluting land aquifers and rivers. There is also the surplus that comes out with the oil and gas that has to be disposed of, when fracking first started this was pumped into domestic waste water treatment plants and rivers, this has been put a stop to and this surplus along with industrial waste some of it radioactive is being pumped into deep wells at even higher pressure again the experts say it cant get back to the surface but it is.

    There are something like 2 million of these wells around the country and when it finally gets to the stage that land is contaminated and cant grow crops, water supplies are polluted and people are dying fracking and deep well disposal will be stopped but the damage will already be done with no way to correct it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TuskegeeBen View Post
    that land is contaminated and cant grow crops, water supplies are polluted and people are dying fracking and deep well disposal will be stopped but the damage will already be done with no way to correct it.
    Surely the ameristani Environmental Agencies are tracking where every nickel and dime of profit ended up and will be able to reimburse the affected areas, people and land. Or does ameristan not have any domestic laws available to claw back profits, you know like a "Polluters Pay + a Premium Tax" from those who profit?


    I'm sure the politicians/their descendants estates, who were bribed not to pass these types of laws or failed to provide funds to the involved agencies, will gladly pay up clear their reputations.

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    "U.S. drowning in its own waste"

    Sorry, my mistake. I thought that was a reference to Earl.

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    A good dose of natural selection extermination would certainly be beneficial....

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    ^ People who make such ridiculous assertions never imagine themselves in such equations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    A good dose of natural selection extermination would certainly be beneficial....
    Exactly, is there a reason behind your obvious obsession with that ^ concept? Just curious....

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