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November 19, 2013
 
 
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mikeyd

Nov-20-13 10:02 AM

who's really gonna trust a pre-fab nuclear plant from china?their cars can't even pass safety standards.and we already know about all the other junk from there.

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dyingov

Nov-20-13 7:13 AM

pre-fab nukes in one year! I doubt that we could do a pre-fab house in the US in 1 year.

Maybe the Chinese are buying all the uranium for another reason.....

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TrollSlayer

Nov-19-13 11:44 PM

WWU, you haven’t been storing nuclear waste in your basement again, have you? I hope you realize the penalty for a second offense is considerably harsher...

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daWraith

Nov-19-13 11:22 PM

So many jealous losers, so little time. What is the threshold for you losers NOT to be jealous??

$100K a year?

$50K a year?

$25K a year and all the Slim Jims you can steal from 7-11??

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daWraith

Nov-19-13 11:20 PM

Wonderliar claims she sells to the coal companies, or at least to the VENDORS who sell to the coal companies.

So this b*tch makes money selling to the coal companies while bad mouthing and stabbing them in the back in public.

I wonderwhy she doesn't find another line of work instead of being a pathetic lying sack of Palin burger and backstabbing liberal hypocrite???

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TrollSlayer

Nov-19-13 11:07 PM

Sure, atoddh. You think the greenies are concerned about coal? Wait until you tell them you plan to put a radioactive waste-producing nuclear reactor on every street corner. LOL

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atoddh

Nov-19-13 11:06 PM

black: the urban areas of China are becoming uninhabitable with smog. Coal is a major factor.

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atoddh

Nov-19-13 10:56 PM

dying: As we speak the Chinese are coming out with a very slick pre fab nuke that goes up in under one year; at a huge savings vs conventional construction. They are looking to cover the Earth with them and supply the fuel. They are buying up uranium rights in Africa and Canada daily now. Nukes-done safely- really are the solution to carbon.

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TrollSlayer

Nov-19-13 10:47 PM

RockERebuttal “Sadly, cluelessness is a malady for which no cure forthcoming”

Sadly, RockHEad had nothing, so he babbled that. LOL

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Ragnar

Nov-19-13 9:34 PM

Chokingsmoker

How much oil has been produced in West Virginia? Where do West Virginians get those tens of millions of gallons in gas they use each month? West Virginia is benefiting from something it didn't produce!

It also didn't produce the cars, computers, internet, food, coffee, tools and clothing that it uses but it DOES use these things.

Someone else must be getting ripped off!

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dyingov

Nov-19-13 8:35 PM

atoddh, nukes are not cheap!

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RockEReputation

Nov-19-13 7:04 PM

"Now the Government just redistributes the wealth to the slovenly entitled and enlightened class and the employers are the douchebags. Welcome to the “Progressive” States of America. In Government We Trust"

Sadly, cluelessness is a malady for which no cure forthcoming

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wonderwhy

Nov-19-13 6:43 PM

Blackhack- Nice comeback. Insult me, without looking at the truth. No wonderwhy..........You simply refuse to accept the truth. Just point fingers and blame. Typical!

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Blackrock

Nov-19-13 6:38 PM

Yes Wonder, I know. It's Bush's fault. Yawn, you're old and stale. I know, Obama has not added anything to the deficit, it's all Bush's fault. Yawn.

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Blackrock

Nov-19-13 6:36 PM

The Chinese public are demanding???? What world are you living in?

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RockEReputation

Nov-19-13 6:27 PM

SUmming this atypical Ogden diatribe:

"bunch of EPA/Obama garbage. However; Some of these measures should have taken place 75 yrs ago"

Thanks, wee ricardo....

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atoddh

Nov-19-13 6:07 PM

black: The Chinese public are demanding a solution to the crippling pollution coming from coal. Look for international sanctions on coal use soon. The Chinese will go for more nukes. They are buying up uranium interests in Africa now.

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wonderwhy

Nov-19-13 5:37 PM

Google which President, when and the amounts, and get back to us! LOL again, no wonderwhy!

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wonderwhy

Nov-19-13 5:35 PM

Blackhack- You might want to fact check on the USA involvement with China, and why we owe them so much. Might do yourself a favor. But sure, sure, blame it on Obama. Unreal............But! No wonderwhy!

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Blackrock

Nov-19-13 5:23 PM

So Atoddh, we are going to pressure China? In what respect and how? China owns us thanks to your man Obama. Pressure China, what a joke. Do not discount coal, the current political climate is starting to swing. America is learning the hard way that Progressives cannot be trusted. And even if Progressives get their wish and domestic coal use is limited, the developing world is screaming for power sources and coal will supply that need.

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WVUGEO

Nov-19-13 5:20 PM

The US-China Energy Center, the focus of US and China cooperation on energy matters, is headquartered at the National Research Center for Coal and Energy on WVU's Evansdale campus in Morgantown. One of their key joint projects, if you check out their web site, has been coal liquefaction, the conversion of coal into gasoline and diesel.

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WVUGEO

Nov-19-13 4:54 PM

In 2012, West Virginia exported more than 25 percent of the coal she mined, for a total of 7.4 billion dollars, with China buying 567 million, more than half a billion, bucks worth of it, and WV's total accounted for close to half of US coal exports. The last time we checked, China was adding coal power plants at a rate of one per month. But, that was a year or so ago, and they were trying to slow that growth so they'll have more coal available to them for conversion into gasoline and diesel. They have a good bit of their own coal, but they're conserving it as a strategic resource. Indonesia and Australia are their biggest, and lowest cost, suppliers. The US has been pressuring international lending orgs to withhold money from coal projects.

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atoddh

Nov-19-13 4:49 PM

Mr. Murray is correct. The Federal policy of reducing coal for power will reduce mining employment. This is already occurring in Southern WV.WV has not, and is not, looking to diversify. Accordingly the State will decline even further. There is no seed or venture money available in WV and an otherwise hostile business environment. Clinging to the past is not the solution. WV is in deep trouble going forward.

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atoddh

Nov-19-13 4:18 PM

mike they are waiting for a sustained ethane supply from the OV. Only two or three wells -of the planned 60 in Ohio County-are operating. Initial output is promising.

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atoddh

Nov-19-13 4:15 PM

black: I do think there is a deliberate effort to reduce coal use for power(ie "war on coal"). Do you not agree? The US policy now is pro gas. A great deal of pressure is being placed on China and India to reduce coal power going forward.

Yes the OV mines have huge legacy costs. If prices and/or demand drops Murray will have a problem. The situation is much like Ormet and OV steel making. This is the beginning of the end of OV coal.

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