Hey Fracking Insurgents,
Remember the big #gasbag (new hashtag) conference I attended in Houston where Anadarko recommended using the U.S. Army/Marines Corps Insurgency Manuel against us because we are “an insurgency” and where Range Resources admitted using military PSYOPS in our neighborhoods.
At that conference, the #gasbags talked big talk about being transparent. We are releasing a series of taped segments where you get to see just how transparent they are. In Their Own Words starts with more from Anadarko.
Introducing *In Their Own Words*, Post #1: fracking biocides are just bleach
If you are on Twitter, here’s the tweet:
RT @EARTHWORKSrocks: #fracking #gasbags In Their Own Words. #1: “Biocides. That’s bleach” http://t.co/yOQpdjAR #psyops #water #transparency
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Sharon Wilson is considered a leading citizen expert on the impacts of shale oil and gas extraction. She is the go-to person whether it’s top EPA officials from D.C., national and international news networks, or residents facing the shock of eminent domain and the devastating environmental effects of natural gas development in their backyards.
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When the fumes produced from bleach are inhaled, numerous symptoms can be seen in the person, while others will be internal and cannot be seen, but they can be noticed through various other problems that will present themselves. When checking for this type of bleach poisoning, begin with the respiratory system. Inhalation of vast amounts of bleach fumes can cause respiratory difficulties, along with coughing and wheezing. Smaller amounts can also cause dryness of the eyes, rashes on the skin because it absorbs through the follicles, watery eyes, chest pains, and even a shortness of breath. If a person has been around bleach, especially when cleaning with it, the above symptoms will show that bleach poisoning may be present.