The Gaslighting of the American Sportsman

mottlet

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Yes it is about money. I would never argue that I fish in order to provide people with fish. You take the profit out and it is done on a commercial level.

I suspect they can coexist for a while. I am very worried about long term. I am certain that the area will be heavily affected by the development and the influx of people it would bring.
Yep, they'll coexist just fine right up to the minute that they don't. We may all be dead by then. Hell, our kids may be dead by then. But the tailings gotta stay locked up behind that dam forever. Like, forever-ever.
 

MTGomer

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Gomer, what's your take on mining waste that requires indefinite treatment/containment? Is that realistic?
I don’t think it should be permitted to have projects that would require mechanical treatment in perpetuity. Meaning if it will take man power, equipment and money to still treat water 4000 years from now from a project today doesn’t make a lot of sense.
 
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