30 Oct '11, 6pm

Study presents interesting findings.

Study presents interesting findings.

The real change in the air we breathe came when man moved away from burning renewable fuels to burning stuff buried underground. Somewhere he discovered that a chunk a coal or some oozing black stuff would burn and make heat. When that happened it was the beginning the of release of emissions into the atmosphere that nature without man wouldn’t have done on a large scale. Coal and oil were safe and secure covered by earth and rock, locked away until man decided he wanted them to keep warm, to fuel his inventions and electrify his cities and towns.

Full article: http://www.green-energy-news.com/arch/nrgs2011/20110080.html

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