Green Energy

10:15 PM · Aug 15, 2022

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11 Responses to Green Energy

  1. Richard says:

    HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA as if the Enviro Mental Patients would admit their ideas dont work – AH HA take responsibility A JOKE

  2. GWS says:

    No free lunch today.

  3. Rockwood says:

    I get it, but mining is a dirty, energy intensive business, so do we condemn all of it?

  4. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    And that doesn’t show the massive scar on the earth where they dug it up

  5. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    😂 you can’t make this stuff up. And he was with his wife this morning who has Covid.
    This is the other way respiratory viruses are spread
    https://twitter.com/greg_price11/status/1559634321262235648?s=21

  6. John Francis says:

    Maybe it’s only dangerous when record heat hits the peach field.
    Why is this photo not everywhere??

    I know.

  7. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    The alternative source of lithium is spodumene, a white vitreous mineral. Typical spodumene ore contains about 1% lithium.

    The process to extract the lithium requires it to be heated to 1500 C to render it leachable, then for the lithium to be dissolved using either acid or alkali.

    As a result the amount of residue is phenomenal: about 99% of the original ore. The stuff is acidic or alkaline and is put into a dam.

    By contrast the “red mud” problem of the aluminum extraction industry has been a classic environmental issue for ages. Yet lithium produces about 10 to 30 times as much toxic residue as it does.

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