Ernest Moniz And Fracking Drive Enviros Off The Rails: Fracking ‘a zenith of violence and disconnect’

“The more we learn about a gas-drilling practice called hydraulic fracturing—or ‘fracking’—the more we see it as a zenith of violence and disconnect” in our world.

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2 thoughts on “Ernest Moniz And Fracking Drive Enviros Off The Rails: Fracking ‘a zenith of violence and disconnect’”

  1. Fracking is a safe way of extracting an energy source that burns with no residue and only a trace of dangerous carbon monoxide. It even burns with less CO2, which doesn’t matter but that ought to appease the AGW gang.
    But the AGW gang is really an anti-wealth/anti-energy gang, so the only way to appease them is to roll back industry to a North Korean standard of living.
    Since that really isn’t going to happen, we might as well torque them off good and proper.
    I had hair like Dr. Munoz’s when I was in high school, incidentally.

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