Yes, Those Earthquakes Are Caused by Fracking Boom, Studies Confirm
These two papers, the latest in a series of studies on the issue, add to the growing consensus among scientists that the spike in mid-U.S. earthquakes is man-made––and the oil and gas industry is to blame. Conventional oil and gas production has always generated wastewater, but the boom in unconventional fracking, a method to extract previously elusive oil and gas reserves, has led to the production of much more water that needs to be injected below the surface, prompting disposal in seismic-prone areas.
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The Daily Mail has brilliant pix.
* 66 ft sinkhole opens up over night in suburb St Albans.
* 20 ft sinkhole opens up on Gosforth estate.
* 200 fathoms deep sinkhole in Carbis Bay.
* sinkhole at Ripon
* sinkhole at Manchester
* sinkhole at Lowestoft
* sinkhole at Hemel
* sinkhole at Morriston
there are more –
Great Britain is crumbling & the rubble is being washed away by the surrounding ocean.
Should we play the national anthem at this point, or satnd silent for a moment.