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Post by lsayre » Tue. Oct. 06, 2020 4:06 am

Scientists at NASA's Glen Research Center in Cleveland, OH say it is real.

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Post by coalnewbie » Tue. Oct. 06, 2020 5:38 am

Yes, and all they need is another 50 years and trillions of dollars to bring the technology to market. They have spent more time and money on this than the salaries of the coal board moderators .... well almost. hahahahahhaha, I just kill myself.

The anthracite fields will run dry. Windmills will rust out and all need replacing. NYS will still be trying to run the place in the winter on solar panels and producing enough power to run all the cell phones. 1% of the NE will run on electric cars and Barney will still be prattling on from his wheel chair. Dons Porsche will be ready. Man will populate Mars. The world will run on hydrogen and Popular Mechanics will tell me fusion is nearly here.

Now now Simon watch those ribs .... :D

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