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(Think Progress)   Those scamps at Duke Energy have been caught -for the 8th time in a month- intentionally dumping toxic waste into a North Carolina river. In response NC Gov and former Duke executive Pat McCrory expected to sigh, wag his finger, and say "oh YOU"   (thinkprogress.org) divider line 101
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2014-03-22 09:37:01 PM

Elegy: thaylin: Wow, 2 fallacies in 1, yet did not counter with any facts what I said..

(Rolls eyes)

Water is considered "saline" at around 3,000 ppm or 0.3%.

Low grade uranium is around 1,000 ppm, and even the very low grade ores in Namibia of 100 ppm are considered economically viable to extract.

Gold extraction from an open pit mine is considered economically viable at 1-2 PPM.

I will say this again, very slowly and clearly so you can understand it.

The. Unit. Of. Measure. Has. Nothing. To. Do. With. The. Economic. Viability. Of. Extraction.

You are an idiot.


And yet you still did not counter anything I stated.. None of those still contradict me, maybe you have a reading comprehension issue, I stated that if you are using those measurements it is, and I will quote my first phrase, " is more than likely an indicator that it is unfeasible economically. " Notice the likely in there, it means it is not the only measure, but can be correlated.
 
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