This news article is about the economic outcome of fracking. Fracking is a double-edged sword. The potential for growth must be weighed against the
potential for long-term or yet undisclosed damage. For example, let's look at fracking in Arkansas. Fracking companies claim they were not
responsible for the swarm earthquakes that occurred in 2010-2011. However, once the state put a moratorium on fracking, the earthquakes stopped.
Then there is the whole debate about the toxicity that is created from the fracking process.
Wow that's amazing, its exactly what SoCal probably looked like in the 1850s... if they had electricity of course. The picture is can really show how
humans are attracted to "hot spots" of natural resources on Earth. It also shows ET's where they can slip in to our planet undetected
Insane I bet you would see the same thing back ten years then too today of the oil sands up in Fort Mac in Alberta formally darkness now a city of
some 20'000 workers and vast chunks illuminated by the burn stacks im sure are all over the place as well at the refining plants.
Thanks for the pics hammers home how quickly we bring about change
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