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RealRune

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Date Signed Up:4/20/2010
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#203 - Dude, I'm studying in Britain. 06/09/2014 on Me at a party 0
#18 - Exactly. I'm studying to be a process engineer so it irks … 06/08/2014 on WTF IS THIS??? 0
#16 - I was thinking about process plant in general more. 06/08/2014 on WTF IS THIS??? 0
#15 - Did a lil' research (very little), that is indeed coal, and on…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/08/2014 on WTF IS THIS??? 0
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#17 - angelusprimus (06/08/2014) [-]
Yeah, even coal is much less polluting then it was few decades ago.
And I get annoyed with idiots who show steam from nuclear plants and go "Horrible pollution"
I always have an urge to point to the clouds and yell "POLUTION IS COMEING TO KILL US ALL!"
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#18 - RealRune (06/08/2014) [-]
Exactly.
I'm studying to be a process engineer so it irks me when people point at anything coming from a plant and assume it's toxic, as if that would be legal.
#4 - Thing is, most atheists don't comment on stuff like this. … 06/08/2014 on Gay Seal of Approval +19
#9 - Yes it will. That my friend is called steam. What happ…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/08/2014 on WTF IS THIS??? +2
#14 - angelusprimus (06/08/2014) [-]
You are mistaking coal power plants with nuclear plants.
Nuclear plants put out pure steam, because its just water used for cooling.
Coal puts out carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, sulphur and soot particles. Its dry smoke coming from the furnaces.
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#16 - RealRune (06/08/2014) [-]
I was thinking about process plant in general more.
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#15 - RealRune (06/08/2014) [-]
Did a lil' research (very little), that is indeed coal, and one that was polluting, so if that was the specific reference I apologize.

Although plants still eat (most ofy) that so I'll stand strong on that.
The colouring threw me off, I assumed it was standard steam cooling towers, as a general rule a tower will be steam. Anything like the above will get you shut down.
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#17 - angelusprimus (06/08/2014) [-]
Yeah, even coal is much less polluting then it was few decades ago.
And I get annoyed with idiots who show steam from nuclear plants and go "Horrible pollution"
I always have an urge to point to the clouds and yell "POLUTION IS COMEING TO KILL US ALL!"
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#18 - RealRune (06/08/2014) [-]
Exactly.
I'm studying to be a process engineer so it irks me when people point at anything coming from a plant and assume it's toxic, as if that would be legal.
#11 - anon (06/08/2014) [-]
It depends on the factory, and the process at hand... not all exhale steam, but smoke, and toxic fumes...
#6 - Probably why he just said it was ok. 06/08/2014 on Bad Rats Review 0
#4 - I've only had slight performance issues when driving fast. … 06/08/2014 on Fastest selling IP 0
#9 - The three guys in front stopped to pick up the bride. Pres… 06/08/2014 on .murica wedding 0
#19 - Oh my god of course. And I'm a ChemEng student -.-  [+] (5 new replies) 06/08/2014 on Me at a party +1
#148 - anon (06/08/2014) [-]
no wonder you usfags dont get a job with your degrees...
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#203 - RealRune (06/09/2014) [-]
Dude, I'm studying in Britain.
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#22 - luckyshotdk (06/08/2014) [-]
But isn't mm millimeters? Or is it Mega meters because of the capital M?
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#23 - pajsor (06/08/2014) [-]
yes
M=10^6
m=10^-3
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#24 - luckyshotdk (06/08/2014) [-]
Ahh cool, thanks