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So explain this to me please. In burning wood, there is a tree. It gets cut down, and a new one planted. Over a long time, lets call the "average amount of tree" 75% Burning coal, you never cut down the tree. "average amount of tree" 100% How is this better? And this is before we even get into things like increased other polutants in burning wood, and the fact logging is far less regulated and generally uses much less efficient methods (coal mining equipment is VERY efficient. Ever try to breathe next to a chain saw?) and transport (trains and ships vs logging trucks or Ed's Cordwood Co with it's 1978 dodge pickup). If the growing tree is the difference, why not require coal to fund forrestation and acheive 100+% "average amount of tree"?
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