Interesting post: Foggy Thinking on Smog

Via the American Thinker

Coal gets blamed for all the bad things, even the Asian Smog.

What causes this smog?

Dust is a significant component. Winds whip up dust from dry land, roads, construction sites and the huge Gobi Desert, or an up-wind volcano explodes. No dust comes from a modern well-designed coal-fired power station.

This short article also considers soot, ash, NOx, and SOx.

11. February 2013 by Jason Hayes
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