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Alabama Power's Plant Miller How Electricity Is Generated 3D Animated Tour

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The anti-carbon Communist propaganda is strong with the proles.

In Poland some green peace activists climbed (illegaly) a cooling tower to protest against air pollution. They've must feel really stupid when they've found out it's literally a cloud factory releasing just water vapour and not some toxic, full of heavy metal vaccine conspiracy xD
Very informative
After watching this I cannot fathom why nuclear energy is frowned upon.
K so we do all this just to boil water with heat by burning billion year old tree remains... Meanwhile 10 miles below Plant Miller is 2000 degree rock with almost an infinite amount of energy just sitting there going duhhhhhh. Craziness.
Where I reside, enormous coal trains come into a station that coal fires enormous furnace that boil water into steam. The steam turns lots of turbines that turn enormous alternators. The power is then distributed to station that step down the voltage.
Fly ash in concrete and other things is toxic to humans and houses and probably drywall gypsum produced in this manner is carrying toxins in two households.
Coal is death , propaganda
Being born and raised around this kind of living, boilermaker/diesel mechanic/ strip mine operator/ I always thought I grew up in a little hillbilly town, which I did, but isn't it crazy how stupid people really are when it comes to the electricity they use themselves everyday? Like people haven't tried burning trash or all these cleaner and such great ways and ideas you all are spouting out.. do people understand what it takes to make just 1 windmill and how non productive they are ? Like yea we just spend millions of dollars at just 1 coal operation and millions of dollars to pay for men and equipment to get this coal out of the ground, just for shits an giggles guys, and everyone is just to stupid to just turn the turbine by some unicorn farts like you all would like. Jesus.... fucking idiots. Its sad honestly. everyone is against coal and natural gas yet they use our electricity everyday and are doing nothing to change anything except bitch about it. Bitch get tf over it I wish you tree huggers could see the whole in the mountain I'm looking at right now, we have leveled 3 mountain tops and are just getting started at this job! Luckily when wede done it will be farm land!
Why cool the water if it's just going to be heated again?
Coal? What is this, the dark ages?
and the smoke? what's happend with the smoke?
An awesome video!
Screw electricity.
Only satan and his evil people need it.

With out it the world could operate in balance with nature.
The only people that actually need electricity are the industrial rulers of the world and all the people that live in there castles through out the lands.
Geez what a waste
Good to see the pollution control measures.
A V8 engine would easily spin the turbines with less effort. What kind of drama queen piece of shit thought of this process? V8 engines pull heavy loads. That isn't strong enough? I have been to the Hoover Dam. These turbines are acutally quite small. Fuck you. It costs nothing to produce electricity and they want it to look expensive. Fuck you. I want a refund.
Good informative video though you have mentioned the temperature is 1000 degree in fact it can't exceed 550 c .
Great to see the generation of reliable electricity 24/7 regardless of the weather.

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.