Sky tattoo program gets more scrutiny as dangers persist

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Deposits of coal fly ash show themselves in various stages of diffusion over the skies of Hamilton County, Tenn., on June 6, 2017. (Photo David Tulis)

Deposits of coal fly ash show themselves in various stages of diffusion over the skies of Hamilton County, Tenn., on June 6, 2017. Notice how particulate matter streams away from the main body of the ash deposit. (Photo David Tulis)


David Tulis listens intently to J. Marvin Herndon of San Diego, a crusty nuclear geoscientist who in 2015 broke the story that the U.S. government is dumping recycled coal utility waste product (coal fly ash) into the atmosphere by the millions of tons. This program evidently is part of the so-called war on global warming, and contributes to the warming of the planet, says Dr. Herndon, a man who doesn’t take federal money. Hear Part II of this interview here. (Courtesy Noogaradio)

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