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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Well the propaganda is at least worth the read.
    Fish Protection | Chuitna Coal Project


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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Is there any way possible that when all is said and done, this project could actually benefit the river and salmon spawning? I'm curious if any of the information on the Chuitna Coal Project has any merit, or is it just a pack of corporate lies?


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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    Well the propaganda is at least worth the read.
    Fish Protection | Chuitna Coal Project
    Hard to believe that the rivers that make Alaska the most beautiful state in the country would be wrecked for 25 years to mine for coal.

    A totally uncreative big money destructive mess.


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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Dr. Margaret Palmer on why PacRim can't re-create a salmon stream.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9BeIyjCZDw


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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    Dr. Margaret Palmer on why PacRim can't re-create a salmon stream.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9BeIyjCZDw
    I dint think anyone here needs an explanation

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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    Dr. Margaret Palmer on why PacRim can't re-create a salmon stream.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9BeIyjCZDw
    Very helpful.

    Thanks.


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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Quote Originally Posted by MACFLY View Post
    I dint think anyone here needs an explanation
    Sorry Mac, I'm just a dumb fuck that needs to understand fully before making any decisions.


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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    Dr. Margaret Palmer on why PacRim can't re-create a salmon stream.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9BeIyjCZDw
    Let me say that I needed the explanation, even if Mac already understood it...

    Incedible stuff. This coal will be strip mined and the river will literally be dewatered for 25 years. Totally destroyed.

    To extract a natural resource that should be publicly owned.

    Whats creative and innovative about destroying rivers?

    For coal that PacRim didnt create?


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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    Let me say that I needed the explanation, even if Mac already understood it...

    Incedible stuff. This coal will be strip mined and the river will literally be dewatered for 25 years. Totally destroyed.

    To extract a natural resource that should be publicly owned.

    Whats creative and innovative about destroying rivers?

    For coal that PacRim didnt create?
    Well it's incredibly creative and innovative way to mine a resource. In this case it's just not a good idea but that doesn't mean it's not innovative. I'm pretty sure prior to this video you surmised it was going to destroy the river bed so the only value of the explanation is if it altered your opinion. Since it didn't I say it was unnecessary

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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Quote Originally Posted by MACFLY View Post
    Well it's incredibly creative and innovative way to mine a resource. In this case it's just not a good idea but that doesn't mean it's not innovative. I'm pretty sure prior to this video you surmised it was going to destroy the river bed so the only value of the explanation is if it altered your opinion. Since it didn't I say it was unnecessary
    Ok. So you're saying that it is creative and innovative to destroy a river for 25 years, and possibly render it beyond restoration, to strip mine for coal?

    Thats creative to you?

    And where do you get the notion that its not a good idea in this case, but a good idea in others?

    I can accept that you may be correct about that, but am a bit stunned to hear somebody so ill-informed of the facts conclude that this stuff shouldnt happen in Alaska, home of the white man, but its good to mess up other people's shit....

    Tell us, oh great white glowing reflector...

    Who should have their rivers strip mined?


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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    Ok. So you're saying that it is creative and innovative to destroy a river for 25 years, and possibly render it beyond restoration, to strip mine for coal?

    Thats creative to you?

    And where do you get the notion that its not a good idea in this case, but a good idea in others?

    I can accept that you may be correct about that, but am a bit stunned to hear somebody so ill-informed of the facts conclude that this stuff shouldnt happen in Alaska, home of the white man, but its good to mess up other people's shit....

    Tell us, oh great white glowing reflector...

    Who should have their rivers strip mined?
    Haha you are starting to come unglued Johnny.

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    Re: Saving the Chuitna River

    Quote Originally Posted by MACFLY View Post
    Haha you are starting to come unglued Johnny.
    Starting?......

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