Last week I ran across this article:
A Mysterious Patch Of Light Shows Up In The North Dakota Dark
by ROBERT KRULWICH
January 16, 2013 1:58 PM
Using maps and videos of America at night, Krulwich points out the clump of light in the middle of the North Dakota nowhere–a nowhere that should be dark. These are the flares burning off natural gas in the Bakken Shale.
He missed the Texas streak of light in the middle of nowhere. The streak of light that matches perfectly with maps of the Eagle Ford Shale where flares burn off natural gas.
Scientific American didn’t miss that streak. They have a cropped photo posted HERE.
Gases from flaring accelerate climate change and release toxins into the air.