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Road salt that destroys fish hatching areas

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On ‎1‎/‎30‎/‎2019 at 5:34 PM, b-ware said:

Can't argue what you are saying and observing, but, it's all natural...………………..When the beavers have harvested the last of the available forage they move on, the dam rots away and another meadow is formed, the trout will survive in another waterway and the herons and kingfishers are also native to this land...…….. Nature as it should be.

 

Correct, the process has gone on for tens of thousands of years without issue, the only new variable to the equation has been humans and human development.

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36 mins ago, Dave588 said:

No reason to be defensive. There's nothing wrong with actual measured oversight. 

That state is the largest polluter in the state.

Sorry, been battling that one elsewhere.  Got heated. 

 

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17 mins ago, Beastly Backlash said:

 

Correct, the process has gone on for tens of thousands of years without issue, the only new variable to the equation has been humans and human development.

There ya go. Get rid of the humans and you solved all the problems. 

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47 mins ago, bob_G said:

There ya go. Get rid of the humans and you solved all the problems. 

 

Actually, you are correct it would solve all of nature's issues.

 

But, on a less extreme note, simply solving human ignorance and lack of accountability would have just as powerful of an impact.

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