Houses shake when fracking occurs in the vicinity. Still industry claims fracking is so deep it can’t possibly have an effect on our water.
Common sense dictates that I call BS on that.
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Robert Finne says
I'll join in there too! Everything they say is BS.
Its carefully orchestrated word salad and most of all, meaningless.
Westchester Neighbor says
They certainly have a ready-made answer to any concerns about ANY of it. This fracking industry is SO arrogant. They have gotten away with far too much.
Atmos energy in TX has over 10,000 compression couplings to replace and with all that shaking goin' on, that could be enough to loosen those already risky couplings and blow up and kill even more people.