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How resistant is Earth to non-biodegradable pollution?

  1. #1
    WellHung Black Hole (banned)
    Folks, do you reckon that the masses living in complete and utter filth is an eventuality, if not a solution?
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    Lavender Squad Tuskegee Airman [intersect that neonatal burqa]
    everything degrades. I don't buy into the whole EPA hype definition of pollution, it's all politicized to squeeze every penny out of people and then wipe their hands of the problem and leave it for local residents to fix on their own. The government and big business might be responsible for "paying the price" but it's communities that pay it and deal with it, and clean it up.

    I have gone in deep into this issue before and it's all bullshit from all sides like everything else. "Pollution" is too politically charged of a term now, like everything. It has been made impossible to discuss seriously without getting dragged into fractional politics

    Originally posted by The Self Taught Man Incinerators take a lot of time to start up and get to a good enough heat.

    What you want is a waste disposal well that can drain a few hundred gallons of wastewater per hour. Every pharmaceutical manufacturing facility on the planet has these waste wells and you are legally allowed to dump mercury, solvents, organic waste and all kinds of crud deep into the earth where it becomes a problem no more.

    Also modern, licensed facilities don't use glassware like flasks, instead they use giant automated specialty chemistry machines that can react hundreds of kilograms of API grade products all at once and these machines are piped into gases, totes and most have a direct pipe for waste that just gets dumped as hazmat if its not recycled.

    There are factories in India set up like this and in the clandestine chemistry community it is thought that these folks can easily cook hundreds of kilos of methamphetamines and if there is a raid press a single large red button that mixes everything with a bunch of waste and dumps it before anyone gets cuffs on them or stops production.

    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood oh thats where it all goes




    The following users say it would be alright if the author of this post didn't die in a fire!
  3. #3
    WellHung Black Hole (banned)
    Fascinating...wut a great idea. A waste disposal well. I never knew about these. Ur brilliant, Scron. Ur all-purpose knowledge is second to none.
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    Lavender Squad Tuskegee Airman [intersect that neonatal burqa]
    It's not my idea, they have been doing this since like the 1800s dood
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    Lavender Squad Tuskegee Airman [intersect that neonatal burqa]
    like mercury pollution for example you hear about a lot, which is a real concern

    but it's kinda funny how a lot of these hazardhous POLLUTANTS are things you can find/make in your own backyard



    but it costs the government 10 billion and enough red tape to tie the moon to the earth 20 times in a big fancy bow. It's just all kinda fucked if you take a step back and look at it from a angle
  6. #6
    WellHung Black Hole (banned)
    The bigger the fish the more Mercury
  7. #7
    WellHung Black Hole (banned)
    Nogs?
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    I'm getting more selfish as the years go by, as such I couldn't give a fuck about humanity or if they pollute the Earth so much humans will become extinct...the Earth will be fine in a couple of hundred thousand years after we are all dead regardless...which is relatively the blink of an eye in terms of Earth's lifespan.
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    Lavender Squad Tuskegee Airman [intersect that neonatal burqa]
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson I'm getting more selfish as the years go by, as such I couldn't give a fuck about humanity or if they pollute the Earth so much humans will become extinct…the Earth will be fine in a couple of hundred thousand years after we are all dead regardless…which is relatively the blink of an eye in terms of Earth's lifespan.

    who cares about the earths lifespan how about not making a mess now you pollutier
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    Originally posted by Lavender Squad who cares about the earths lifespan how about not making a mess now you pollutier

    There's a whole industry and 10s of thousands of jobs devoted to cleaning up...and you want to take their livelihoods away from them?...wow I thought I was selfish.
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    Lavender Squad Tuskegee Airman [intersect that neonatal burqa]
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson There's a whole industry and 10s of thousands of jobs devoted to cleaning up…and you want to take their livelihoods away from them?…wow I thought I was selfish.

    give them a spoon and tell them to move a pile of sand to another beach instead
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