posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 06:23 AM
reply to post by gringoboy
Hi, long time thread title lurker here. For a while I have been keeping this thought when seeing your thread title:
Everyone knows you don't bash up a coral reef, right? But a shale formation is much larger, hid from sight, hardly a tourist attraction, yet since
1949 we have allowed it to be fracked as to get easy access to oil and gas. Today they use poisons on top of the water used to shatter the plates. The
poison stays in the water, no surprise, and they do it with impunity, granted, voted for, by obama and others in politics. Even mere assembly men
rec'd. 100 K in lobby bribes for their small roles in granting halliburton their carefully drafted impunities. My instinct is that they lose a huge
percentage of the gas they free up, through cracks in the ground. 200 cows that died in Wisconsin could have died of such a release, though shale
fracking, aka 'unconventional gas', appears to be sparse in that state. I sense this fracturing of 'earth' also disrupts electro-magnetism. We know it
poisons the groundwater. They place you on a tear list for knowing these things. If you are vocal about it, everyone can see your name on that
Just a thought...that anyone can make pebbles, but who can reform these in to a rock or plate formation? Is what they are doing good for us? It would
be best to eliminate these variables, the reckless aspects of earth mining, to save us grief, and hospital time from getting sick. I suggest there's
a correlation b/w earth-magnetism and natural disasters, for I believe weather emerges from underground, and in collusion with the sun. The ground is
a component is this electric grid, hence we have terms like 'earth ground' in basic electronics.
In the most extreme scenario, perhaps the entire landmass will simply...submerge?
Nice and clean.
edit on 1-2-2011 by starless and bible black because: no reason.