FrackNation


During a time of globally heightened debate, Journalist Phelim McAleer travels across the U.S. and Europe to speak with scientists and Americans living in fracking areas, in order to uncover the science behind the process and to determine its true consequences. Hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” refers to the process of drilling down into rock and using pressurized fluids to extract energy sources such as natural gas and petroleum. Supporters of fracking state the economic benefit to the…

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  1. So if this is a response to Gasworks, are we just suppose do ignore everyone from that movie?
    The people with heavy metals in their water and contaminated creeks and poison gas clouds and shit around their home are just lying?

  2. Before hydraulic fracking, water wells sometimes had rock formations fractured by dropping a blast charge down them to increase water flow. That probably went back 200 years ago

  3. it might have been in water for decades. but when odumber created a law that passed and allowed fracking to spread all over the world. over 150,000 wells in the US alone!! and almost immediately the atmospheric readings for methane quadruped! and soon after the well in southern california busted open and was dumping tons of methane everyday it was damaged. then you start hearing about the Earths atmosphere isnt blocking dangerous uv rays. which brings in geoengineering, aka chemtrails. and methane is 25% more dangerous than co2. and the "law" odumber created was for green gas gonna save the world which really just caused the advanced decompression of Earths atmosphere. the guy making this was paid by big oil, wouldnt be surprised if haliburton personalty wrote him a check.

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