Here is an update. I was right. It was a fracking chemical fire.
I don’t think it’s necessary for me to blog much about the chemical plant fire in Waxahachie because it’s all over the news. But, just in case you missed the relevance to fracking…
There are fracking chemicals burning at the Mangnablend Chemical plant in Waxahachie. This can’t be a good thing for our air.
I asked if there were any injuries and my blogger friend said: We won’t know for months, which is a very good point.
They also make chemical fertilizer. Really? There’s not enough $hit in this world to use for fertilizer? I guess I’m simple. When I need fertilizer I use manure. It’s plentiful and I’ve never had many problems with it catching fire.
Also try a compost. You can make that in your backyard.
You know, everything we need to survive is right here on earth if we will only stop fracking it up.
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I saw the very large dark cloud plume on TV. What a site. Also heard on the news that the WCEQ couldn’t see anything, hear anything, nor smell anything from this large cloud. Everything is OK in Tx!