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Chinese Antiques, Blue Skies - Now World's Dirty CO2 Coal King

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By : Derek Dashwood    99 or more times read
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Chinese antiques wise minds are beyond us, and China, in that while we land men on the moon and may discover cures for cancers as quickly as we make wars; we cannot naturally take a lump of coal and make it into a same sized diamond. Take China, which today has overtaken America as the greatest polluter on earth. So, we know, it is for us to excel in every other natural way we can such as dig it up and burn it clean, as that technology is out there, and is being worked out. but the expansion of China is so relentless it will not pause, even to allow people to catch their breath.

In Beijing, for example, if you are a marathon runner, wanting to ruin your lungs with a burning run through the belching furnaces from hell pumping wildly into the air. And we all notice that we are doing all that with great gusto now, in every corner of dear mother earth. We are finding and extracting more coal, diamonds, and every other resource you can name that is involved in the needs of our daily lives. If we have carbon cowboys in hats, coal wears the black hat and diamonds wears the white hat.

Coal is messy, dirty, cheap, and fouls the air. If you get to see the World Smog Color Map now on the net, which I have in front of me, you see how Black Wong Coal Carbon, known in these parts as Bart Coal over at the saloon smoking up the joint. The Smog Map of NO2 concentrations show up in red as worst, gray as bad, which mean the skies are very cloudy all day. America and Europe have cleaned up so much in recent decades they only have spots of red, around NYC and the Ohio Valley, signs of dirty industry.

Shanghai is expanding industry so much it has joined Mexico City and Los Angeles as most polluted cities on earth. But all east China is a disaster being made worse weekly with further Black Bart Coal plants firing and spewing up. And in a valley, far far away, where there were blue skies, they are now filthy each day. Home, home with a mask, where a fool would run and inhale, so deep into his lungs, all this filth cancer making bung. Enough. Clean up your song, Wong. Us too.It will take all us White Hat Diamonds to stand up to these East China side gang.

China has by far the most noxious air on earth and it is surprising to see that India, like most of America east of the Mississippi, is all gray, but few red spots. New diamond finds are now being mined in hot desert Australia, and even more so in frozen north Canada. These are the White Hatted Good Carbon Diamond Guys, on their way at volume lower prices than before, galore to you or a store. You can intercept now on the net, and the news projects that net sales will increase by 17 percent this year, while retail sales will stay flat. But coal is the dirty carbon, and we do now have the technology to put filters to clean that air.

Who can blame you? Skip the traffic accident, the fat lady who grabs, where did you park. Here you make your favorite cup of tea, blissfully; scope out some bid sites, Chinese artifacts are hot. Your favorite grand daughter or niece would rejoice if you please; a small burgundy bags of Chinese antiques of this expanding kingdom can be had at such deals. Only this way, we take you inside the largest warehouse on earth and you get to walk up and down the aisles as if at midnight, and no clerks to say you expect to pay me that little for this much?

Yes, in fact, you do, and no clerk gets to lift her nose when you try to ask her a question. She not here. We smile while you steal at these prices, we welcome you: come back soon! bring your tea.
Author Resource:- Derek Dashwood enjoys noticing positive ways we progress, the combining of science into the humanities to appreciate Chinese Antiques
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