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The Collapse of Coal



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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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As a kid the first time I heard of "clean coal" I wondered if it was clear like glass.
Obama fault...plus it is really warm now now and families do not need that much of coals.
Donald Trump repaired that state XD
Wow wait didn't Trump wave his magic wand and make coal king again keep voting for that orange clown
Wow those two young guys we’re making some damn good money over 100,000.00$ his last year that’s crazy I’m not happy they lost there jobs but they may have to do something for far less wages heck I was only making like 47-48,000 straight time and I had 21 yrs on the job and it was hard labor no unions around here either in the panhandle of Florida one of the few times they did come bye the job the City frowned on us having any contact with them basically you converse with them you’ll get run off.
Don't give two fucks about hand-full of people who don't want to get out of their comfort zone against the whole plant
How's it going now?
Look at Denmark almost all of their electricity is from wind power in fact their wind field in the North Sea encompasses an area the size of Kansas and supplies nearly 15% of all of Europe's electrical demands and growing. We have the Great Plains states that some have said is potentially the Saudi Arabia of wind power yet we have a numbskull of a POTUS in Trump who won't take advantage
Coal does shit to the climate witch is NOT good so this is actually a really really good thing, well except if your a shellfish coal supporting idiot.
6:45 hey guys don't cry Hollywood have jobs PORNO and good drugs then you don't remember what the hell happened to get bayday
We have a Climate Crisis. It is time to dump fossil fuels.
Wind and solar are safer, cleaner and cheaper than fossil fuels.
...Whatever, Predators/Immigrants have Nothing to Complain about... Resources are Everywhere on the Planet! Humans are Worse than Animals, they Kill for Food, and by Nature are: Degenerate, Disgruntled, Diabolical, Dysfunctional, Criminals, Murderers, and cause Nothing but, Wars, Chaos, Mischief, Mayhem, Commotion, Riots, Corruption, the Destruction of Natural resources, Pollution of the Environment, Social Engineering,... the list goes on! Fucking Deceitful, and Ungrateful, Misguided Subjects...
Goodbye coal and gass... Hello Tesla 😁. Stay focused people.
It's now 2019. Peabody has survived bankruptcy. Right now they are doing fairly well. Are these people again now working. I would like to get an update.
I'm sorry but coal miners complaining about coal becoming a thing of the past, is like lamplighters complaining about electric street lights taking their job away.
The coal state are responsible, they knew that coal was in dire straights, but they did nothing to diversify the economy of these coal cities , nothing to develop carbon capture.
Good to see this nasty coal going away , and sorry miners but Trump won’t save you you are just on the wrong side of history.
Coal mining in West Virginia was in big trouble in 1960 where I went to school.
Looking at the size of the people in this story they're not going hungry!And by the way old mate when you mentioned England you mean Great Britain.
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1 word: BIOMASS.


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

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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.