BREAKING: Industry video admits fracking contaminates water

Interesting, scorched earth approach to advertising a new fracking technique.

Fracking industry admits fracking contaminates water!  But just give us a chance to try out this new experiment in fracking.

Video source – scroll down to see a stunning diagram.

UPDATE: This may be a myth according to this source. Still, love the video.

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Comments

  1. Robert Finne says

    Whatever happened to CleanStim?

    Halliburton was supposed to be the answer to our prayers. I was hoping that we could frac our wells and have a nice feast till I noticed the disclaimer.

    *Intended Use – The CleanStim formulation is designed for use in hydraulic fracturing. Even though all the ingredients are acquired from food suppliers, the CleanStim fluid system should not be considered edible.
    http://www.halliburton.com/ps/default.aspx?pageid=4184&navid=93&AdType=JPTCSTC

  2. Mel Packer says

    Not edible, not edible!! I hope that doesn’t mean what I think it means. I just used it for salad dressing!! That might explain the esophageal spasms, shortness of breath and…oh damn…m y w ea kkkkknesssssssssssssss

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