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The contrast between rural East India and a cola-fired steam generating electical plant in the USA is starkly drawn:

Energy in two worlds
Fuel in India, 1989.
Fuel in the USA, Coal fired plant 1996.

"Energy and the fuels we use to generate electricity are among the least understood facets of modern life."

"For Americans, the energy we see most everyday is in the form of lighting, 
refrigeration, hot water and appliances. Our cars and transportation systems bring us the 
ease of mobility without always understanding the ecological costs of energy."

								Joseph Siry, 1989.

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