"I would not go as far as saying it is impossible for something to happen. I think it is improbable. Look at the Titanic. It is human to make mistakes. So IMHO we should not tempt God to prove us wrong."
"It is ubsurd to think that the frac fluid gets into the water table and can contaminate anything. The water table at the time of fracing the well is protected by 3 different sets of casing and cement. Also, the depth being fraced is 6000-7000 get…"
"The worst part is the continual build up of female hormones from birth control pills through the water systems and the affect it will have on developing children, as they have both sex hormones in their system, but the potential for hormonal…"
"After having read all of the posts in this thread, and not resorting to a drinking binge on account of the stubborn determination to ignore facts and make arguments out of smoke by a very few anti's, I have two comments.
1. The suggestion…"
"I was a State EPA guy for over 32 years and a State Energy Department Manager for the last 12. I make and use Bio-diesel made from waste fryer oil in my cars (VW-TDI's) and farm tractor. I also helped write…"
"The explosion of energy subsidies seemed to coincide rather neatly with Democrats taking over both the House and Senate in 2007, and then the presidency in 2009. (That darned Reagan cut subsidies for fossil fuels to nothing. In…"
"And then there's this - in the same post no less!
"If we dismiss all news sources for this type of mistake, then I guess both you and I can't quote or watch any of them since they all do this..."
Who watches this stuff, notes…"
Well look at that: tax subsidies for all fossil fuels were only 15% of all federal subsidies for energy. The Green alternatives of renewables and "efficiency" took 78% of all tax subsidies for energy. Big Oil has so much…"
"As a mother and grandmother I wonder more about the chemicals in the city water systems. All the "drugs" flushed and ending up in the rivers they get the water from has been studied and can't be removed by purification."
"And now we have the truth about why you are here. I use "brine" to make pickles. Brine, meaning salty, can be found in nature and is used to soften water in many of our homes.
Seems that the DNC is doing its best or stop us from becoming…"
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