Coal Prices 2010
The coal prices 2010 have been very high, higher in fact than ever recorded in the last hundred or so years. The only time we might have used more coal was during the industrial revolution, but at least during the industrial revolution, we were still at a point where we didn’t have machines capable of producing as much coal as we can today. We relied on people power, which was not as bad and still efficient, but at that time we couldn’t have been expected to use nearly as much coal as we do now. Coal is a precious commodity and should be treated as such. The reason that people chose to not respect it as an important commodity is because we are perceived to have s much of it. The supply seems limitless, but just because there is a lot now does not mean that there will be more in the future and the coal prices 2010 should be an indicator of that. Coal is not a renewable resource. You can’t simply burn up a ton of coal one day and expect it to be replaced the next day. Sure you might be able to find some coal to replace that further down in the mine you dug, but sooner or later, further and further down you’re going to hit a point where you simply run out. What then?
The non conservationist answer to that question might be to just keep digging. And it is true you can go to find another mine but this does not disregard the fact that that mine that you find will soon dry up too. The point I’m trying to make here is that soon enough you will run out of coal and we will need to find a fitting replacement for it, so we better get used to that now or we will see the coal prices 2010 transition into the process of 2011 and they will only continue to get higher and higher. To most people this doesn’t sound like that big of a deal but once the coal prices get higher, so will the electricity prices and that is something that most people cannot afford to have skyrocketing. That is more bill money to pay each month, and if your state imports coal from other states, the more electricity you use, the more of your tax money goes to importing coal, and this means that when you pay tax money, effectively that money will be used to charge you more money in the future, and once people realize this they also realize it is unacceptable.
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