The EPA has released a report concluding that the act of fracking is poisoning the water supply. They found contaminants in areas were fracking is performed and they matched the chemicals used in the fracking process. We can't keep doing this shit.
Lets ignore the problem until it becomes too big to ignore!
Is it bad when quoting something out of context makes it more accurate?
When a conservative says that a group of people are freedom fighters, they are certainly wrong. When a liberal says that a group of people are freedom fighters, they are equally wrong. When a dictatorship is overthrown by a legitimate and stable democracy that does not itself collapse [...], then and ONLY then can we say that the people who overthrew the previous government were freedom fighters.
You know, I had been trying to figure out why it was supposed to be safe at all, but if this is their best argument:
that hydrologic pressure would naturally force fluids down, not up; that deep geologic layers provide a watertight barrier preventing the movement of chemicals towards the surface; and that the problems with the cement and steel barriers around gas wells aren't connected to fracking.
I can suddenly understand the movement against it. I had been hoping there was some right way of doing it, but it really doesn't look like anyone is interested in that.
MaybeNever- Perhaps the solution then is to throw the chihuahua at the bad guy, then pump the shotgun while eating a big slice of cantaloupe. Am fear nach glèidh na h-airm san t-sìth, cha bhi iad aige 'n àm a' chogaidh.