Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: How Detroit Beat ‘Fugitive Dust’

The story starts in 2013, when people in Windsor, Ontario, looked across the Detroit River and noticed big black piles of some kind of material along the shoreline south of downtown Detroit.

It turned out to be petroleum coke, or petcoke, a byproduct Canadian tar sands oil processed at the Marathon refinery in Southwest Detroit. The mountains of petcoke had been trucked in to be loaded onto freighters. Petcoke is used as a fuel, much of it exported and burned like coal in China and India.

Doug Hay…