Called Drax The Destroyer, it takes apart any claims that burning coal is somehow acceptable in a world that needs to avert serious climate change.
Like Barbara Freese puts it in Coal: A Human History
We've made a lot of mistakes over the centuries as we've struggled to understand the nature and impact of coal and its smoke.
Some thought coal grew underground from seeds or in mines guarded by demons or dragons. Some saw in the mines scientific proof of the biblical flood. Some credited coal with protecting people from the bubonic plague; others accused it of promoting baldness, tooth decay, sordid murders, caustic speech and fuzzy thinking.
More recently, many of us believed we could burn vast amounts of coal indefinitely without disrupting the natural balance of the planet.
No doubt we still have much ot learn about coal, but at least we've been able to dispel many of the old myths.
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