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How Long Do Fossil Fuels Take?

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Posted by Steve Ridgway on April 4, 2003 15:42:35 UTC

How long would it take for oil and coal to form again? I guess it would be some millions of years. The metal we have made use of is now in nice concentrated lumps so it should actually be easier to get at than mining ore.

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