Coal In Kentucky (Full Documentary)

Coal In Kentucky (Full Documentary)

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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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Climate and co2 is a big swindel.
Kinda sad it didn't show ghents generation station
Coal is a backup fuel, and that's it. We really ought to shift into nuclear energy to provide for our energy needs. All this pollution is ruining local environments, and will continue to cause problems long after the coal and coal jobs are gone. I'd also like to see wind turbines and solar farms where appropriate, those systems need people to maintain them, and that's where new work will come from.
Coal is not going to be around forever. Let's get with it and start developing alternatives. Capitalism is all about creative destruction.
"Father won't you take me down to Newlinburg county, by the Green River where paradise lay?"
" Sorry my son but you're too late in askin', Mr Peabody's coal train done hauled it away!"
I have nothing against using coal, in fact I use it quite often in forging. But,,, as Americans in 2013 we consumed over 11 million tonnes of coal in power production, and thats fine! He's where I think we could be a little smarter! We also produce 253 million tonnes of waist a year! See where I'm heading here... It's not what we are taking from our poor old planet, its all the fucking trash and shit we are putting into it! Incinerators... There's many uses for coal, uses that are just a smart way of consuming it and thats what our coal should be use for, in steel production and other smaller production needs. Coal consuming powerplants should be either converted into trash incinerators for the power production or new incineration plants built to consume the abundance of the disgusting amount of trash our generation needlessly produces.
Keep the mines GOING! al gore should be locked up for his BULLSHIT!
God has given us all we need!
CO2 does NOT affect climate significantly! Man mad climate change is a LIE!
Wyoming has massive coal also
14:00 in order to understand the complex issues associated with coal today we must look at horses
Coal industry isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. These fat cats stand to loss billions a year. That is unexpected to them. Coal is fine. They just need to clean sh*t up when they are done.
HEY Suzanne Tallichet if what you say is true please tell me why trillions upon trillions of cubic feet of natural gas and CO2 and methane are still in the ground With your logic they should have surfaced millions of years ago
Murcury is emitted when coal is burned. Murcury makes a person become stupid. It’s no wonder these people are still supporting coal! The murcury in their own coal has made them stupid!
Remember, people, 15 million hillbillies in Appalacia versus 450 million in the rest of America! Who would win out and who would be expendable to be eradicated by Uncle Sam? Remember what Adolf Hitler did to The Jews in the name of German Prosperity and the great War Machine!!!
5:42, so much for the future and Star Trek era!!!!!
USS a great company to work for?! HAH! hardly... they came here to Canada and raped our steel mills in Ontario blind, then shafted thousands of workers with layoffs and lock outs to take concessions from us. Not to mention the hundreds of smaller companies they simply didn't pay for services provided... thankfully they declared bankruptcy and left Canada finally... They had one goal in mind when they bought our mills here in Canada. Kill the Canadian steel market. Those USS CEO's and top tier management should all be in jail for what they did to Canadian workers.
Make Kentucky coal great again
Burn it while you got it

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.