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Originally posted by herenow
I have asked this question on TrueAmerican's other thread but haven't gotten an answer. Was just wondering, when they pump this fluid down a new well to frack it. Its done under tremendous pressure at great depths with thousands of gallons of fluid. How far would the noise travel of this fluid breaking thru the rock. It must take quite awhile to do. I have been involved with fracking artesian wells and leach fields. But nothing at these depths and certainly not with the amount of fluid and the time it would take to do it.
Just seems to me that it would show up on webicorders as a constant sort of rumble as well as a few minor micro quake during the times this fluid is being pumped in.
.Just wondering if anyone has any feed back on this.
Just seems to me that this massive amount of water would be heard on several webicorders, as well as the sounds of the pumps traveling down thru the wateredit on 7-3-2011 by herenow because: (no reason given)