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Hydraulic Fracturing Is A Dead-End Path

May 12, 2013
By Glenn Whal (editorial@post-journal.com)

In the 1960s the tobacco industry tried to counter evidence that smoking had serious health impacts by spending millions to make ludicrous claims about the benefits and safety of smoking. Today's natural gas industry is in much the same position, making claims about fracking that collapse under scrutiny. Yet because of the immense wealth and power of the energy corporations, they are generally succeeding in making very big profits while putting our people and water resources at risk through the fracking process.

 
 
 

 

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