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WTFrack! debris considered too radioactive even for waste site
A truck carrying drill cuttings from a fracking site set off a radiation alarm at a landfill in Pennsylvania. Emitting gamma radiation ten times higher than the permitted level, the waste was rejected by the landfill.

After the alarm went off, the MAX Environmental Technologies truck was immediately quarantined and sent back to the Marcellus Shale fracking site it had come from in Greene County, Va. The 159-acre Pennsylvania landfill site accepts residual and hazardous waste, but the cuttings were too radioactive for the site to safely dispose.

Exposure to the materials taken from the fracking site can have serious health consequences, including the risk of developing cancer. The high level of radiation emitted by the materials serves as alarming news for environmentalists and residents located near hydraulic fracturing sites across the US.

“Long-term exposure to radium increases the risk of developing several diseases,” the EPA writes. “Inhaled or ingested radium increases the risk of developing such diseases as lymphoma, bone cancer and diseases that affect the formation of blood, such as leukemia and aplastic anemia… External exposure to radium’s gamma radiation increases the risk of cancer to varying degrees in all tissues and organs.”

The drill cuttings have been sent back to the well pad where they were extracted. The production company, Rice Energy, must now apply to have the waste discarded at other landfill sites that accept materials with higher levels of radiation.
The consequences of long-term exposure to Radium 226 are known, but the effects of specially formulated chemicals used at US fracking sites still remain widely unknown. With the Obama administration overlooking environmental concerns and distributing oil drilling rights without a comprehensive review of fracking, it is difficult to know just how much radiation the sites produce.
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Court ruling: Obama administration overlooked fracking risks
The Obama administration has broken the law, issuing oil leases across California without examining the risks of fracking. A federal judge ruled that the administration has “completely ignored” environmental concerns upon issuing the leases.

In response to a lawsuit filed by environmentalist groups, US Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal ruled that the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) violated the law by distributing oil drilling rights before reviewing the potential risks associated with fracking.

“BLM’s dismissal of any development scenario involving fracking as ‘outside of its jurisdiction’ simply did not provide the ‘hard look’ at the issue that NEPA requires,” Grewal said during Sunday’s ruling in San Jose, Calif.

While the ruling highlights the flaws of the Obama administration, it is largely viewed as a landmark victory by environmentalists who have been fighting against the procedures they fear might harm the environment.
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Fracking chemicals to stay 'trade secrets'

“You’d want to know if they’re putting an herb or a poison down an oil well near your house,” he said. But because of state laws that allow commissions to declare the fluids a ‘trade secret’, they can too often evade telling environmentalists anything about what they do.

Well, ain't going to happen here's why...
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Fracking lobbyists try to 'withdraw' fraudulent, failed petition
After a petition urging Colorado officials to allow fracking was voted down, an ugly truth emerged: most of the signatories didn’t know their names were on the paper. The lobbyists behind the bid are now trying to remove the petition from public record.

The petition was filed by the Colorado Oil and Gas Association (COGA) and signed by 55 local business owner in the Fort Collins area. Or at least that’s what the lobbyists claimed.
An EIS Solutions spokesman said the company “went to pains” to ask the people if they could speak on behalf of their respective business, while the COGA spokesperson said people “obviously knew” what they were doing when they signed the ‘Vote NO on the Fort Collins Fracking Ban’ petition.

The owner of Anders’ Auto Glass business, Tamara Olivett, obviously didn’t.

“I don’t even know what fracking is,” Olivett told coloradoan.com.

COGA was quick to announce that they acknowledged some “mistakes in the collection of signatures.” In several cases COGA was even unable to identify signatories in order to contact them to verify their intentions.

Citing these mistakes in an email to the Fort Collins city council, COGA's president and CEO said the lobby group wanted to “withdraw that petition from the record.”

But once a petition is part of the public record, it can’t be withdrawn or removed.

“We’re not giving it back,” said Rita Harris, Fort Collins' deputy city clerk.

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Pennsylvania law endangers public health to promote fracking
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it goes on and on all over the US people are being poisoned fracking is causing earthquakes

Fracking forces eviction of entire Pennsylvania trailer park
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Here's an eye opener from 2011
Fracking Pollution Much Worse than Reported
Internal Documents Detail Radiation in Water Supply

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Court Victory for Opponents of Fracking in California

Judge Rules Federal Agency Failed to Address Fracking Risks in
Auctioning Off Monterey County Public Lands

SAN JOSE, Calif.— A federal judge has ruled that the Obama Administration violated the law when it issued oil leases in Monterey County, Calif., without considering the environmental impacts of hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking. The ruling came in response to a suit brought by the Center for Biological Diversity and the Sierra Club, challenging a September 2011 decision by the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to auction off about 2,500 acres of land in southern Monterey County to oil companies.

“This important decision recognizes that fracking poses new, unique risks to California’s air, water and wildlife that government agencies can’t ignore,” said Brendan Cummings, senior counsel at the Center, who argued the case for the plaintiffs. “This is a watershed moment — the first court opinion to find a federal lease sale invalid for failing to address the monumental dangers of fracking.”
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Trade secret, it's how you get rid of hazardous industrial waste on the cheap.

The people who filed the petition should go to jail, and the ones who paid them should be sitting right beside them, plus the company should pay a really big fine.

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Trade secret, it's how you get rid of hazardous industrial waste on the cheap.

The people who filed the petition should go to jail, and the ones who paid them should be sitting right beside them, plus the company should pay a really big fine.
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Yes! I agree I am unearthing lots of info that is just unbelievable will post more as soon as I can. Thanks for your reply :)
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bump and 5*
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Would be interesting to see if 'Chip' would drink the water from wells in vacinty or eat produce grown in the area...I'm guessing that's a big NO!

Pro-fracking study’s author linked to gas industry
Dr. Groat’s recent paper, "Fact-based Regulation for Environmental Protection in Shale Gas Development," was described by the professor as necessary to "separate fact from fiction" in the still infant fracking industry and outline future plans for policy makers. "We found no direct evidence that hydraulic fracturing itself – the practice of fracturing the rocks – had contaminated shallow groundwater,” he testified in his paper. Critics say direct industry influence could have caused him to blur the lines between what’s good for the Earth and what’s good for his wallet, though.
A recent report that alleges no connection exists between fracking and water contamination is being called into question after it’s been discovered that the study’s primary author has millions invested in the natural gas industry.

Dr. Charles “Chip” Groat of the University of Texas is coming under attack after its been revealed that he’s received over $1.5 million in cash and stock awards from the Plains Exploration and Production Company, a major player in the gas industry. Dr. Groat currently sits on the Plains board of directors, but failed to disclose that information earlier this year while touting a controversial study on fracking.
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Do these pics looked canned or what? Think he made an appointment for this photo shoot?

A Major Driller Gave Us An Inside Look At What Fracking Is All About
And it has developed an air of danger around it. There is evidence it has contaminated water; that spent frack fluid injected into the ground causes earthquakes, and that spilled wastewater has neutered farm animals, though the industry vigorously disputes this. If you've been affected by it, you're sometimes not allowed to talk about it.

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More Lies...

GOP House members demand answers on Obama administration’s fracking oversight
While championing the benefits of new energy extraction methods, Republican House members accused energy oversight agencies of research that misled the public on environmental and health risks.

The accusations came at a joint Energy and Environment subcommittee hearing focus on hydraulic fracturing—often called “fracking”—an extraction technique pioneered in Texas in the 90s, which taps deep ground reserves of natural gas and oil.

Rep. Ralph Hall of Rockwall slammed the Environmental Protection Agency at the Friday morning hearing. Hall said EPA reports on fracturing causing water contamination were later retracted by the agency.
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The seafood is polluted from the GOM. Plants, water and livestock are polluted from fracking and Ocean life is being poisoned by Fukushima.

Pick your poison and Bon Appétit!!

5 stars OP!
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The seafood is polluted from the GOM. Plants, water and livestock are polluted from fracking and Ocean life is being poisoned by Fukushima.

Pick your poison and Bon Appétit!!

5 stars OP!
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You're right Greed will kill us all...
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Would be interesting to see if 'Chip' would drink the water from wells in vacinty or eat produce grown in the area...I'm guessing that's a big NO!

Pro-fracking study’s author linked to gas industry
Dr. Groat’s recent paper, "Fact-based Regulation for Environmental Protection in Shale Gas Development," was described by the professor as necessary to "separate fact from fiction" in the still infant fracking industry and outline future plans for policy makers. "We found no direct evidence that hydraulic fracturing itself – the practice of fracturing the rocks – had contaminated shallow groundwater,” he testified in his paper. Critics say direct industry influence could have caused him to blur the lines between what’s good for the Earth and what’s good for his wallet, though.
A recent report that alleges no connection exists between fracking and water contamination is being called into question after it’s been discovered that the study’s primary author has millions invested in the natural gas industry.

Dr. Charles “Chip” Groat of the University of Texas is coming under attack after its been revealed that he’s received over $1.5 million in cash and stock awards from the Plains Exploration and Production Company, a major player in the gas industry. Dr. Groat currently sits on the Plains board of directors, but failed to disclose that information earlier this year while touting a controversial study on fracking.
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This is what the bottom line is. Money for the evil lawmakers and big oil. It is sickening.

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Illinois Fracking Debate: Silence Before the Storm in Springfield



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There has been a peculiar silence out of Springfield as it relates to fracking.

And that is a problem.

As I’ve noted previously, there are virtually no laws governing hydraulic fracturing in this state. As it stands now, anyone with a hundred bucks can get a permit and within two days, frack to their heart’s content. Obviously, the status quo is completely untenable for anyone who cares about the health, safety and economy of Illinois. Especially as a land lease tsunami has raged in portions of the state for would-be-frackers to accumulate fracking rights on other people’s property.

So as discussions stall in Springfield, the interests of Illinoisans are left flapping in the wind, with entire communities completely and unacceptably exposed to the array of well known risks associated with the controversial oil and gas extraction technique.
We must do better. And it had looked like that was the intention as the General Assembly began addressing the problem. Progress was made to better protect the public, private property and the health and safety of people.

But the momentum seems to have plateaued, and we are left with potentially the worst possible outcome: the Legislature mired in other problems, and neither the regulatory bill, nor proposed moratorium bills, moving forward.

This would leave the vagaries of “business uncertainty” about possible future regulations or Common Law litigation, as the only lines of protection left for many in the state. And at least one company has already planned to forge ahead before the end of the second quarter.

As things stand, Illinoisans' health and livelihoods are in harms’ way. There is certainly time between now and the end of the Legislative session in May when many of the meatiest issues are traditionally addressed. But this uncertainty has many concerned that Illinois is failing to heed the hard-learned lessons from other states that failed to put tough protections in place before very risky, uncontrolled fracking moves forward in this state, and risks manifest themselves, irrevocably, in our communities.

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Love this one while they are arguing one company is fracking away since no laws are in place to protect the people.

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The seafood is polluted from the GOM. Plants, water and livestock are polluted from fracking and Ocean life is being poisoned by Fukushima.

Pick your poison and Bon Appétit!!

5 stars OP!
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You're right Greed will kill us all...
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Even a dog won't shit where he sleeps.

5 stars stars for opie.

Great thread.

Technology, lacking the mitigater of common sense and compassion, is evil.
There has always been a segment of society which has rejected
technology in its extreme forms.

They were and are, right.

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The seafood is polluted from the GOM. Plants, water and livestock are polluted from fracking and Ocean life is being poisoned by Fukushima.

Pick your poison and Bon Appétit!!

5 stars OP!
abduct
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You're right Greed will kill us all...
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Even a dog won't shit where he sleeps.

5 stars stars for opie.

Great thread.

Technology, lacking the mitigater of common sense and compassion, is evil.
There has always been a segment of society which has rejected
technology in its extreme forms.

They were and are, right.

hippie
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Thank You. Great point.
Pockets lined by Greed are never full.
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Studies Find California "Fracking" Wells May Kill Livestock, Family Pets
As the deadline for public comment on California Governor Jerry Brown, Jr.'s proposed new regulations on fracking are set to close in just seven days, reports are surfacing of the potential impact on the state's agriculture, farm animals and family pets from this controversial method of oil extraction.

Hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as "fracking," is an oil extraction process used on shale, depleted wells and tar-like "heavy" oil deposits. The production process involves the injection of steam, water, sand and rocket propellant into the ground to bubble to the surface the oil reserves. It has been known to make fertile California farmland barren and contaminate groundwater tables.

Brown, a Democrat, wants to expand the number of fracking permits in order to maintain the state's oil production rank despite the fact California is the only state in the union and only government in the world that assesses no severance royalty or tax on the removal of its finite resources. California was once the second biggest producer of oil. Because of its depleted Kern County wells, it now ranks 4th.

The state's environmentalists, however, are warning of the potential harm a new fracking boom - set to take off once Brown's new draft regulations are approved - will mean to the state's cattle, sheep and dairy industry, its wildlife and even to California's pet population with a report showing that in six other states, fracking and animals don't mix.
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Dear All,
Carl Stiles, who stayed with his fiance, Jude, at my house last year
after his home was contaminated, passed away yesterday. He had been
fighting health issues ever since finding high levels of barium and
arsenic in their well water, and fought hard and suffered much in the
last 2 years, has lost the fight tonight.

His widow, Jude, asked that memorial donations be made to GDAC.
I thought you would be touched.

- paula

Carl Stiles had intestinal cancer which he blames on Chesapeake's gas drilling. He and his wife abandoned their home last November at the urging of a toxicologist who found barium, arsenic, and VOCs (volatile organic chemicals) in Carl's blood. Strontium, uranium and radium were found in their water. They've been told to expect to get leukemia within two years."
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Do these pics looked canned or what? Think he made an appointment for this photo shoot?

Read more: [link to www.businessinsider.com]
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While I'm sure he had to talk to a few people to get on the location, the pictures don't really looked canned to me. That's the equipment used to drill a well, a drilling rig, and all it's support equipment. Most likely a month or two before they are ready to even frac the well.

The Radium 226 you were talking about from the cuttings, that's NORM(naturally occurring radioactive material) [link to en.wikipedia.org] but they do have to handle it differently non the less.

Shallow wells = easy money for everyone involved. All hell for a basement. They keep trying to re-invent the wheel, when all they have to do is give us the free energy already. Till then, I'm their btch fixing some of the oh oh's along the way.

MSM needs to get someone with half a brain, or a little hands on, to write their articles. For the simple fact that it's hard to sound like you know what your talking about, while trying to inform the public of what's going on, when people who deal with this daily, laugh at how the articles are such a misrepresentation of the facts. Having said that, I am with you OP rockon
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People dead…contaminated water after fracking

Please take time to read these stories They are heart breaking
Coming to Your Backyard Soon....
Greed is killing our neighbors, our animals, the environment, our planet. Homeowners being told 'We're drilling here on your property and there is nothing you can do about it!'

RIP Chris Mobaldi Colorado [link to thebluehighway.com]





SOS Butler County: Black Water + Purple Water = A Fracking Nightmare
RIP Dennis Peterson
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Even a dog won't shit where he sleeps.

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The ones making the billions of $$$ don't sleep anywhere near where this shit will end up. I'm sure they'll spread a little cash around and find somebody to dump it in your back yard.
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The sad part is that anybody with a tin foil hat knows fossil fuels have been obsolete for over a century. The greedy bastards just haven't figured out a way to suck people's lifeblood for something that can be collected for free.
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The sad part is that anybody with a tin foil hat knows fossil fuels have been obsolete for over a century. The greedy bastards just haven't figured out a way to suck people's lifeblood for something that can be collected for free.
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I just said that on another thread!

Here's another story from PA

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Fracking chemicals to stay 'trade secrets'

“You’d want to know if they’re putting an herb or a poison down an oil well near your house,” he said. But because of state laws that allow commissions to declare the fluids a ‘trade secret’, they can too often evade telling environmentalists anything about what they do.

Well, ain't going to happen here's why...
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and they worried about what we put in our bodies...........seems they are doing worse.

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