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Yep, ended in early 1990. They sprayed over an 8-10 year period on and off for medflys. Vector control still sprays for mosquitos openly til this day, not the only state either btw.

We are subjected to aerial contamination almost constantly. Albeit OH was very dense in nature, it all ends up in the same place, the ground. The contamination in the air lasts finitely while the water percolating through soil is harder to figure a timeline on. It will eventually pool in plumes and have to be identified, wells drilled and pumped to be removed. I live near an area where this was happening for years with perchlorates and perchloric acid. They say it's cleaned up but who knows. Anyone living next to a military base?...you're being poisoned right now. My folks live in the Hudson river valley in NY and that river was polluted for YEARS by GE with PCB dumping. Imagine where that went? I'll tell you, the ocean and our food/fish supply.

So my point is, while OH is the latest, this is nothing new. We can deep dive into humans poisoning humans all day long but the argument would soon turn to denial by those who give the environment a lessor priority. Many of those people are right here and they pick and choose their priorities based on a political belief.

That's kinda fucked up.

Remember the good ol' days?


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Where were you guys a few years ago when they were spraying all of SoCal with malathion every night by helicopter? That shit was everywhere. They told you to park your car inside and to wash your kids toy off if they got left outside.
was that for the west nile virus?
 

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Yep, ended in early 1990. They sprayed over an 8-10 year period on and off for medflys. Vector control still sprays for mosquitos openly til this day, not the only state either btw.

We are subjected to aerial contamination almost constantly. Albeit OH was very dense in nature, it all ends up in the same place, the ground. The contamination in the air lasts finitely while the water percolating through soil is harder to figure a timeline on. It will eventually pool in plumes and have to be identified, wells drilled and pumped to be removed. I live near an area where this was happening for years with perchlorates and perchloric acid. They say it's cleaned up but who knows. Anyone living next to a military base?...you're being poisoned right now. My folks live in the Hudson river valley in NY and that river was polluted for YEARS by GE with PCB dumping. Imagine where that went? I'll tell you, the ocean and our food/fish supply.

So my point is, while OH is the latest, this is nothing new. We can deep dive into humans poisoning humans all day long but the argument would soon turn to denial by those who give the environment a lessor priority. Many of those people are right here and they pick and choose their priorities based on a political belief.

That's kinda fucked up.
I’m a conservative. Politically, fiscally and environmentally. I hate the fact that we do not take care of our environment on the whole as a society. There is a harmonious balance between supporting life and not destroying nature that doesn’t involve going back to the Stone Age or mass starvation and genocide of “unproductive consumers”.

They’re are a lot of people on the right side of the political fence that are not “earth haters”.

The filters and substrates that are legally required for the burning of carbon based fuels are incredibly efficient at keeping our air clean. The run off of certain processes and the disposal of toxic chemicals or contaminated waste needs to definitely improve, across the globe.

But I agree with the basis of what you say, it’s disheartening to know that there are humans that do not give a fuck about destroying ecosystems and nature itself. I hate those people as much as I hate the virtue signaling social warrior celebs in this country.
 

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I’m a conservative. Politically, fiscally and environmentally. I hate the fact that we do not take care of our environment on the whole as a society. There is a harmonious balance between supporting life and not destroying nature that doesn’t involve going back to the Stone Age or mass starvation and genocide of “unproductive consumers”.

They’re are a lot of people on the right side of the political fence that are not “earth haters”.

The filters and substrates that are legally required for the burning of carbon based fuels are incredibly efficient at keeping our air clean. The run off of certain processes and the disposal of toxic chemicals or contaminated waste needs to definitely improve, across the globe.

But I agree with the basis of what you say, it’s disheartening to know that there are humans that do not give a fuck about destroying ecosystems and nature itself. I hate those people as much as I hate the virtue signaling social warrior celebs in this country.
I got shamed at the lunch table at work for having a wood stove while everyone else had solar panels. i should just kill my non-compliant self. Or maybe I am providing CO2 for the trees and potasium, calcium, phosphate and iron for my garden when I mix it into the soil. meanwhile the solar people are complete 100% truckatarians.
 

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I got shamed at the lunch table at work for having a wood stove while everyone else had solar panels. i should just kill my non-compliant self. Or maybe I am providing CO2 for the trees and potasium, calcium, phosphate and iron for my garden when I mix it into the soil. meanwhile the solar people are complete 100% truckatarians.
Solar panels aren’t sufficient, yet. And…. Manufacturing solar panels is not very environmentally friendly.

Nothing beats wood heat in the frozen tundras of the north. That’s deep bone heating warmth.

I think you misunderstood what I’m talking about.

It’s the balance between using our planet and it’s resources and not abusing our planet for its resources.

I have nothing against wood or coal heat. I used to have a rice coal stove but got rid of it before my first child was born because of the soot.

In industrial practices, our substrates and filters as per regulations are extremely efficient in scrubbing the majority of harmful emissions. The technology is there for that part of it.

Waste water management has also improved greatly.

Some government regulations are at least in the right place, that doesn’t mean I agree with all EPA decisions and regulations.
 

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I got shamed at the lunch table at work for having a wood stove while everyone else had solar panels. i should just kill my non-compliant self. Or maybe I am providing CO2 for the trees and potasium, calcium, phosphate and iron for my garden when I mix it into the soil. meanwhile the solar people are complete 100% truckatarians.
Wood is a renewable energy source and it’s organic!
Hard to beat a good wood stove.
 

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Get Shredded!
Ain't nobody drinking THAT shit.
 

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I don't know which is worse, knowing what happened before it's reported or finally seeing someone inside let it out. Would be nice if someone would stop it before it happens. meanwhile the Khazars are setting up the next set of pension robberies.
 

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This isn't surprising..
The CDC nor the WHO followed quarantine Protocols with Covid.. Infact,it strongly looks like they turned a blind eye and did everything possible to spread the Virus..
We know now..the Mask never helped,all lies..!!
And,Now with toxic chemicals in the air.. it's okay to breathe the contaminated air..
Whatever the so called Authorities are telling Us..is dead Wrong and straight Lies..

Setting fire to toxic chemicals is widely known as "Not the Way" to decontaminate.. Only causes more health issues..
Yet,another example of how Americans are sheep..
Perhaps a deeper dive into the importance of these areas that have been contaminated..
This may shed light on Why..!!

Sad Days to be an American..
Our Country is going to Hell via Amazon Prime..
Z...
 

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I don't know which is worse, knowing what happened before it's reported or finally seeing someone inside let it out. Would be nice if someone would stop it before it happens. meanwhile the Khazars are setting up the next set of pension robberies.
they want to take VA benefits next, its proposed and if it gets porked up in some ukraine aid there are gonna be a lot of desperate vets out there
 

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Disturbing. Between the derailments and all the food plants blowing up/catching on fire…🤷
 
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