As you might have heard, EagleRidge Energy has been running amuck in North Texas lately showering residents with soap and cozying up to the Department of Homeland Security.
To find out what psyops has to do with soap , click over to EarthBlog.
Update: Thanks to a reader and frequent commenter, Andy, we have more information about surfactants and it’s worse than we thought.
This first paper is an in-depth history of using surfactants for enhanced recovery. Table 1 shows surfactants can contain some serious chemicals including carbon disulphide and waste products from oil, coal, wood products and spent amines.
This next paper describes chemicals used as biocides. Industry uses biocides frequently to clear the well of debris caused by bacteria.
This product is a mix of two dithiocarbamate compounds. Nothing else.
Dithiocarbamates require CS2 to make and they are all designed to break down to form CS2 under specific conditions of temp, pressure, and PH.
Slippery and sudsy all on their own. Sure you can call it soap. Why not?
It’s irresponsible for people to believe just because the fire department did some testing that the foam was harmless.