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This is for my Motion Media design Techniques two class at Savannah College of Art and Design. I am creating a infographic about fossil fuels and would love a professional voice over track. A link to the SCAD website for reference is http://www.scad.edu/. The course itself is an advanced After Effects class teaching us how to create smooth vector specific animation. My school email is email@example.com
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Lets talk about fossil fuels. All fossil fuels were formed during the carboniferous period, which was before the dinosaurs, about 360 million years ago. As trees and plants died in this period, they sank to the bottom of swamps and oceans where they formed a layer of spongy material called peat. Over hundreds of years, this peat was covered by sand, clay and other minerals. The more rock that was piled on top, the more weight was applied to the peat which created tons of pressure and eventually, over millions of years, it turned into coal, natural gas and oil.
Take a closer look at coal. It is made up of carbon hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and varying amounts of sulfer. The three main types of this rock are anthracite, bituminous and lignite. Coal in the US is found mostly in the middle to lower eastern parts. In 2011 our nations coal mines produced more than a billion short tons of coal. This black carbon rock gives us tons of energy to turn on the lights, or stay warm in a freezing winter. Actually, coal is the largest source of energy for the generation of electricity worldwide. So next time you turn on the lights, remember those carboniferous plants that made it possible.
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