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Brooke you have reiterated the “testimony” of Representative Ray Scott at the Air Quality Control Commission hearings on Wednesday. You both are flat WRONG!  Air sheds are NOT individualized and separate. The old adage, “the solution to pollution is dilution” is dead. What happens in the Gobi Desert air shed (that’s in China) has an effect on OUR air shed.  The reason is the world is a whole air shed and recognizes no boundaries or county separations.  So you see, Ray Scott’s and your idea of “diversity” of industrial culture is a ludicrous assertion.  Even our whole world air shed can be saturated. That’s how “acid rain” came about and why the WORLD changed how it did business to reverse that issue.

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