posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 06:59 PM
a reply to: seasonal
Watched the both videos, and with out knowing what is happening it's hard for me to get my tail in a knot. Looks like a plastic lined pool with
something bubbling up. Any more info, like what, where and why. This is what a water main leak looks like.
No, its Fracking chemicals interacting below ground and bubbling up in the lined pit. Thats what that looks and sounds like. Deep underground the rock
is being explosively fractured by the pressure produced from the 600 plus chemical they pump down there. The fracturing process is a direct result of
this. The tiny vent hole at the surface and the pit are just a fraction of the millions of gallons of water and mixture chemicals involved. Down there
along the drill shafts the gases expand into the rock causing fractures that let out more gas and oil.
They line the pit to keep the chemicals form escaping in to the environment on the surface, but the real down the road problems how it affects the
underground aquifers and eventually the water shed, streams and rivers around there.
You've seen video of peoples faucets and streams catching fire? Of toxic chemicals ruining wells people need to water their crops and livestock, let
alone drink? How about the fumes from the well heads after they finish the tracking process?
Al the drilling transporting by tanker and injecting of chemicals into the shafts leads to that process you see there in the video.