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Post by Thinkforyourself on Thu Jan 14, 2016 8:30 pm

Posted by rebecca on 10/01/2015

hi this is a subject I am really interested in. I have watched the documentary Gas Lands. And have just watched this





In Australia there is a lot of fracking and this doco speaks of what is going on in Queensland. Apparently 3/4 of that state is being fracked!
Thye were going to frack UK but the people have stopped the companies. Shame it wasn't stopped here! 

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Re: Fracking

Post by Thinkforyourself on Thu Jan 14, 2016 8:31 pm

Posted by thinkforyourself on 10/01/2015

Oct 1, 2015 12:06:25 GMT rebecca said:
hi this is a subject I am really interested in. I have watched the documentary Gas Lands. And have just watched this

In Australia there is a lot of fracking and this doco speaks of what is going on in Queensland. Apparently 3/4 of that state is being fracked!
Thye were going to frack UK but the people have stopped the companies. Shame it wasn't stopped here! 



Yes, it is an absolute disgrace and it should not be allowed anywhere on Earth. 

Thankfully we managed to stop it in parts of the UK for the time being, but I am worried that it won't last long. They are currently trying to frack underneath the beautiful countryside where I live in South-East England. 

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Post by Thinkforyourself on Thu Jan 14, 2016 8:31 pm

Posted by Jimmy on 10/01/2015

I live in Oklahoma and it sure is interesting how earthquakes have increased considerably along with fracking efforts. Coincidence? I think not.

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Post by Thinkforyourself on Thu Jan 14, 2016 8:32 pm

Posted by rebecca on 10/03/2015

Fracking is totally evil. What government anywhere in their right minds would allow this! I know that it is all about money bit how much can Oz be making if they give them the use of the coal fired power stations to convert this stuff?

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Coal seam mining and fracking (Hydraulic fracturing)

Post by vortexkitten on Fri Jan 15, 2016 12:57 pm

Hydraulic fracturing, more commonly known as fracking or fraccing, is used to stimulate and accelerate the flow of coal seam gas. The process involves high pressured injection of sand, water and chemicals into the coal seam gas well. The injection causes fractures in the coal seam allowing the gas to flow to the surface of the well.

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@Davey, a great wee song ma man thanks! I am gonna learn it:-)



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Re: Fracking

Post by RambamThankYouMa'am on Wed Mar 09, 2016 8:33 pm

I forgot where I came across it, but I once read a post by a guy about a month ago, who claimed he was a veteran of the oil extraction industry, and his main points where this:

Hydrofracking is actually an old technique use to extract more oil from already exhausted oil wells.

What's going on right now, worldwide, is the use of hydrofracking to supposedly drill NEW wells, which simply doesn't make any sense, since the best way to find new oil fields has always been non-invasive techniques like ground sonar etc.

His conspiracy theory on why they are doing this is to specifically contaminate natural water wells, and that many small towns have hydro-fracked water contamination of their general water supply, an they now have to rely solely on trucked in water for general use and bottled water for drinking and cooking.

People in these ground water contaminated areas are said to be able to pour a glass of water from their home taps, and literally light them on fire....

Do a youtube search for: Hydro+Fracking+contaminating+water+ignite+from+the+tap

Long story short, the guy believes THEY are hydrofracking to deliberately contaminate water so that the population must count on imported water supplies that THEY control.
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Re: Fracking

Post by truthplease on Fri Oct 21, 2016 9:06 pm

I have a gut feeling fracking is not for extraction of gas or oil. I think they are intentionally placing chemicals in the ground, maybe the same concoction that is being sprayed in atmosphere? Chemical soup is a trade secret. That right there makes it suspect. Chemicals above, chemicals below, huge magnet Cern in the middle. Does this mean anything? I don't know, but the fracking does not make any sense. Shale is split and it absorbs. Would love to go to fracking site and watch the whole thing. Are their trucks really toting away oil and gas? Storing it where? Are they really bringing what they call wastewater back up? Or is it meant to stay there.

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