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The number of earthquakes in the central United States rose "spectacularly" near where oil and gas drillers disposed of wastewater underground, a process that may have caused geologic faults to slip, U.S. government geologists report.
the wastewater generated by fracking and other extraction processes may play a role in causing geologic faults to slip, causing earthquakes
That quake "turned out to be really close to two of the highest injection volume waste water disposal wells in the fiel
Originally posted by Cyanhide
Or this might just be a half truth to cover up something else they don't want the public to know.