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35 million gallons of coal ash spilled into Dan River

26.02.2014 16:56

As much as 35 million gallons of coal ash and arsenic-contaminated water spilled into North Carolina’s Dan River due to a ruptured pipe at the Duke Energy power plant, a team of researchers said Tuesday.

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robert lung 28.02.2014 10:01

Money and Corruption are ruining the land. The NWO is trying to accelerate the demise of America quicker with more "PAPER" to make this happen within 2 years.

 

robert lung 28.02.2014 09:56

fran7 27.02.2014 14:33

USA should elect a government who care about USA infra structure and stop spending Billions of USA dollars on Warmongering foreign policy which is causing hardship for everyone.

  


I agree with you 100%. The infra structure of this country has been NEGLEGTED for to many years. Instead of making FAT CAT'S pockets richer with useless wars, this Government needs to appropriate funds to start on major projects NOW

 

fran7 27.02.2014 14:33

USA should elect a government who care about USA infra structure and stop spending Billions of USA dollars on Warmongering foreign policy which is causing hardship for everyone.

 

Douglas Dewar 27.02.2014 08:01

The solution to water problems must be found in the political realm. The electorate must vote in new leadership dedicated to addressing survivability of life, all life, on our only planet. Our traditional parties have been $captured$ by the 1% ownership of the economy. If we are to survive, democracy must break out, the constitution must be restored. An informed and committed electorate must boot money out of elections. Democracy is for people, not corporations.

 

Todd Palmer 27.02.2014 07:39

Saw this yesterday just stupid that people ignore the fact that water rules everything. better get paying attention to those that infringe on our right to clean drinking water. congressmen need to held accountable for their part of not doing anything to stop this kind of action. We cannot let anyone to keep killing our water the way it has been for well since industrial age. Fracking is another water polluting action that takes place all over for gas???? uh last time i checked water was more important than ....Everything!

 

Jim McMexico 26.02.2014 23:29

Same type thing has happened in Tennessee.

 

Edrick Patward 26.02.2014 23:05

Timothy Scrivnor 26.02.2014 20:16

soon we will have to pay water? wouldn't that be a republican DREAM?

  


I don't know how you get your water but we have to pay for ours living in a suburb. First the Water Bureau declares a drought so they raise the price and ask that we all conserve water. Then they raise the price again saying people aren't using enough water to cover the costs. These days bureaucrats,administ rators,lawyers and politicians are for the most part a scourge on society creating the rapid decline of the moral structure of most institutions.

 

Anna Charles 26.02.2014 22:12

There is a company in Russia which, I think, has the technical knowledge to sort out this mess. The patents for their water purification technology is stored in the Ukraine - go figure! But the shungite mineral it utilises is found only in Russia.

 

SnotDog 26.02.2014 22:11

Robert A. Brown 26.02.2014 19:29

Here are two OBVIOUS pieces of SPAM and they get through the CENSORSHIP. Yesterday I wanted to make a comment but was told it had bad little boy words in it. Well...IT DIDN'T! I used no language that could even be CONSIDERED foul.

THIS CENSORSHIP IS AS BAD AS THOSE WHO WOULD "WATCH" EVERYTHING WE WRITE.

  


RT doesn't allow URL's in comments. I had this same problem when trying to post another web site's address.

 

Timothy Scrivnor 26.02.2014 20:16

soon we will have to pay water? wouldn't that be a republican DREAM?

 

Anna Charles 26.02.2014 20:01

Is there a deliberate attempt underway to pollute most of the world's water and bottle the pure stuff to sell for mucho dinero?
He who controls the water controls......!

 

David Printer 26.02.2014 19:37

Probably being paid by the spammers, sort of an off the books ad. Agree that cencorship is stupid. Unless RT considers their demographic to be the 3 to 12 year old segment of the population.

 

Robert A. Brown 26.02.2014 19:29

Here are two OBVIOUS pieces of SPAM and they get through the CENSORSHIP. Yesterday I wanted to make a comment but was told it had bad little boy words in it. Well...IT DIDN'T! I used no language that could even be CONSIDERED foul.

THIS CENSORSHIP IS AS BAD AS THOSE WHO WOULD "WATCH" EVERYTHING WE WRITE.

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