The problem is that the coal/electric companies produce pollution that they do not pay for. Nuclear power would be really cheap if they didn't have to worry about radiation and just released the radiation into the rivers. Then we could say, look nuclear power produces electricity for everything. Sure it maybe cause cancer in millions of people, but think of all the benefit electricity does.
Racist too!!! What a great guy you are. There are and always will be more people employed in the solar industry than in the coal industry. Coal industry go bye bye.
You are the problem with America; people like you are the cancer destroying it. You would destroy your own country just to make a buck.
hey lying coal shill. Who do you work for? How much money would it take for you to destroy the lives of your fellow Americans?
Cars are increasing being built out of aluminum. Solar power electricity is going to be way cheaper than coal electricity. The US consumer will win, coal miners will lose.
That is a report by barlay's bank who downgraded all utilities. Solar and battery prices are falling consistently year by year.
20% of U.S. electric consumers to live in states where solar combined with electric storage will be as cheap or cheaper than utilities can deliver power to those same consumers within 4 years without subsides.
"New research from the University of Rochester Medical Center describes how exposure to air pollution early in life produces harmful changes in the brains of mice, including an enlargement of part of the brain that is seen in humans who have autism and schizophrenia.
As in autism and schizophrenia, the changes occurred predominately in males. The mice also performed poorly in tests of short-term memory, learning ability, and impulsivity.
The new findings are consistent with several recent studies that have shown a link between air pollution and autism in children. Most notably, a 2013 study in JAMA Psychiatry reported that children who lived in areas with high levels of traffic-related air pollution during their first year of life were three times as likely to develop autism.
"Our findings add to the growing body of evidence that air pollution may play a role in autism, as well as in other neurodevelopmental disorders."
“Our findings add to the growing body of evidence that air pollution may play a role in autism, as well as in other neurodevelopmental disorders,” said Deborah Cory-Slechta, Ph.D., professor of Environmental Medicine at the University of Rochester and lead author of the study, published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives."
lol, there are no rational thinkers, just shills. I'll talk about negative externalities all day. It is econ 101, but zero people talk about the negative externalities of coal here because they are all shills.
Yes no oil changes and the electric cars get the equivalent of 90 to 110 miles a gallon. So you pay a forth of fuel cost to go the same distance. Plus battery prices are declining rapidly