Interview with Investigative Journalist Dimiter Kenarov concerning Hydraulic Fracturing

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  • Nick Knatterton posted at 9:30 am on Sun, Feb 3, 2013.

    Nick Knatterton Posts: 3

    @ MySuncoast...

    Why don't you just say SARCASM is not permitted here!

  • Nick Knatterton posted at 8:36 am on Sun, Feb 3, 2013.

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    What happen to the next generations when fracking has been exhausted?
    Where will energy come from? Surely we aren't going to run our cars with
    corn products, solar or windmills.
    Considering the energy required to squeeze out usable oil and the damage done to the earth by causing humongous sink holes, contaminated water, etc. is fracking really the solution?
    I believe we should review our solutions with the rets of the world instead of thinking of ourselves and how to wean ourselves slowly into other means.
    We could always ask Rush Limbough, because he has his followers who adore him blindly. Maybe he has a viable answer. [beam]



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