- From: Ann <afrenchs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 20:43:43 -0400
On 06/14/2011 08:24 PM, Billy wrote:
Look up the definition of "proximate".And surely you are familiar with
"correlation is not proof of causation".
Yeah, that's what the tobacco companies used to say about smoking and
Which has what to do with shale gas development?
Empirical results aren't proof, even if more people keep getting lung
cancer after they start smoking. Empirical results aren't proof;
A + B --> C.
What you're saying is that poison and methane coming out of the tap
after fracking is only a coincidence.
No, I didn't "say" that. Are you saying that gas that comes out of a water tap after fracking could only have been caused by fracking?
Look up disingenuous.
Let's see ... not straightforward or candid, evasive, not taking account
of known information, etc ....
Most fracking takes place a mile or so from drinking water sources.You are making my point for me. You're playing the industry's game when
you insist on a fracking ban rather than legislation/regulations to
protect against the impacts.
There's an easy protection against the impacts, don't frack where there
is drinking water.
If you see the movie "Gasland", you will see wells virtually in peoples
Considering that the pad for the standard Marcellus six horizontal well setup is about 5 acres, those would have to be some kind of front yards.
What do you know about fracking?
Is this a quiz?
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