So in Germany they tore down some church for #coal of all things, an unprofitable and terribly climate-damaging form of energy.


@JarlavGrenlandUpir that old story again. This church was not historic. It's in that very provided Wiki article (Kudos @pinkprius - usually that's skipped for the sake of the "argument").

It just _looked_ historic.

I dabble in history. Especially medieval period. There is more valueable stuff to rescue. Modern decorated bricks do not belong into this category. Unrelated to the coal idiocy.

@bekopharm @JarlavGrenlandUpir
I regretted posting this earlier, because I don't really care about a church I think.
But I don't like how for coal stuff is being demolished, no matter what it is. So didn't delete the post.

@pinkprius @bekopharm Yeah, tho deciding what to keep and what to throw away is the biggest question. Removing the church to dig up coal isn't gonna be profitable for awhile. It cost lots of money to tear dowm the building, then it cost mony to build a replacment.

@JarlavGrenlandUpir @pinkprius ffs get real. You are pirate party? Aren't you supposed to be the type to decide on facts and do their research?

@bekopharm: Just becuase it was an old building built in the 1800 dosnt mean it dost hold any significent value ( also i read the wikipage befor commenting the orginal comment). I do also have a personal bias towards stuff that looks old. becuase they look more pleasing to my eyes then the modern white buildings with tons of glass.

I do agree. On the other hand, not in the least surprised that #RWE was involved. How that company continues to exist I'll never know.

Never mind their lack of environmental credentials. They are responsible for the murders of a number of people in #Africa.

@JarlavGrenlandUpir @pinkprius

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