Why “Natural News” is an alarmist publication and to be fract’d checked


For those like me that have taken statistics in college…math is important in sorting risk/return…. Natural News recently reported in a misleading way… “In January, a new study suggested that fracking sites increase the risk of birth defects by 30 percent, affecting more then 15 million people residing within a mile of a well.”

The actual study cited, however……..

http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/1306722/ says that “Births to mothers in the most exposed tertile (> 125 wells/mile) had a 30% greater prevalence of CHDs (95% CI: 1.2, 1.5) than births to mothers with no wells within a 10-mile radius of their residence.” 

For me living in Arlington, I have to relate the concentration of wells per sq mile as we have at least 350 gaswells in a 99 sq mile area which makes the density average to be < 4 wells per mile which is very different than > 125 wells per mile. BUT WAIT read on…..

The NIH report goes on to say “…well count accounts for the number of wells within the 10-mile radius of the maternal residence, as well as distance of each well from the maternal residence, giving greater weight to wells closest to the maternal residence. For example, an IDW well count of 125 wells/mile could be computed from 125 wells each located 1 mile from the maternal residence or 25 wells each located 0.2 miles from the maternal residence.”

So again lets relate this boldfaced statement, “or 25 wells each located 0.2 miles (1,056 feet) from the maternal residence”, to Arlington’s number of wells that “can” fit on each padsite once the build out is completed.

Arlington administratively approves new wells on existing sites…on those padsites that have a “drilling zone” which establishes how many gas wells can actually fit on a padsite.

In Arlington where Chesapeake drilled mostly to maintain the contracts, our 60 or so natural gas production sites currently have from 2 -12 gas wells on each padsite. UTA and General Motors has about 22 gas wells on each of their padsites.

IF THE PRICE OF Natural Gas GOES UP, Chesapeake WILL return to finish what they started in Arlington, and “then” we will see more of the associated risk that Natural News eluded to of the 30% birth defects. This would be where the NIH study claims risk to pregnant women/birth defects for those who live within 1,056 feet from a fully developed padsite containing about 25 wells.

My take away from the NIH .gov report is that all the BTEX and truck & engine surface diesel benzene spewing equipment in itself is something that does not belong in residential/school/business districts as cited in the report….

“The study by Lupo et al. (2010b) of 4,531 births in Texas found that mothers living in census tracts with the highest ambient benzene levels (0.9–2.33 ppbv) were 2.3 times more likely to have offspring with spina bifida than mothers living in census tracts with the lowest ambient benzene levels (95% CI: 1.22, 4.33).”

Our air quality here in the DFW metropolitan area already suffers from increased vehicle activity and decades of non-attainment to federal ozone standards. 

Multiple, cummulative emissions (which can have a synergistic effect of 1+1= 5) have not been studied because of the endless combinations of chemicals & organic compounds. Therefore you cannot regulate what is unknown.

If you wanted to make an alarmist statement that has statistical power, an important message that people can quote me on based on the years of research over the last 5-7 years is this…..

“The injuries I fear the most are those syngeristic risks in exposures to multiple, cummulative, unknown, unregulated emissions.

This in itself is endangerment in having added high impact industrial gas well activities exposing people, animals and water/food sources. 

In Arlington gas wells were recklessly permitted in close proximity to established facilities such as …

  • 1) near our two water treatment plants,
  • 2) the Exelon Power Plant and nearby compressor stations which is adjacent to our drinking water reservoir,
  • 3) sub-stations,
  • 4) the Arlington Municipal Airport, and
  • 5) to the ever expanding General Motors facility-that blows to our Entertainment District. 



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NIOSH/CDC study = HEY dat’s ol’ BENZENE in dem’ dare’ #fracking flowback tanks!

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Make sure you step out yer back door and yell “HEY DANGER! GO PUT YER RESPIRATOR MASK ON” and then git your mask on and go back and watch yer TV. Don’t foret yer dog may need a mask too.

Here is the link to the CDC/NIOSH study released 8/21/14 on the Benzene exposure to workers during flowback.

In my comment I speak of how closed, pressurized, ventless flowback tanks should be the energy standard, not open hatch tanks.

State Impact reports today how some Benzene threshold limits may not apply to the oil & gas workers…

“As a known carcinogen, benzene exposures in the workplace are limited by federal regulations under OSHA. But some oil and gas production activities are exempt from those standards.

….HEY WORKERS tell yer blood cells to ignore ol’ Ben …hmmph!


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BREAKING! Austin Energy on a path to zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 – resolutions passed TWICE!!

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Prayer portion preps their victory at the beginning of the evening….

Here is the link to last night’s Austin City Council meeting … http://austintx.swagit.com/play/08282014-576

“we shall overcome some day …”  was yesterday/today for tomorrow!

UPDATE 8/29/14 2pm…rumor of a reconsideration in the reconvened session happening now—-

UPDATE 9/29/14 5:30 pm-ish WHEW VICTORY! AGAIN!  On a 3-3 vote the motion to reconsider failed (Spelman, Leffingwell, Cole in support….Morrison, Riley, Martinez against….fails w/ Tovo off the dais).

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Smitty Smith of Public Citizen looking tired (yes it was very late) addresses council with dollars and “sense” figures….money talks and solar “IS” cheap!

Dave Cortez wrote on Facebook…
“VICTORY in Austin tonight. We beat the Chamber of Commerce. The corporate utility. The mayor. The industrial energy lobby. They resorted to procedural tactics and delays….we mobilized hundreds of people and deployed nonviolent civil disobedience to carry it over the top.

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We beat two gas plants tonight. We commissioned a comprehensive overview of how energy efficiency programs serve the poor. We set Austin Energy on a path to zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. We expanded access to local solar via leasing. And we won a commitment to one of the largest amounts of solar for a major metro city in the entire US.

The best part…the BEST PART….the photos of Austin Energy execs being cocky and arrogant at Perry’s steakhouse, prematurely celebrating a “win….followed by their foot stomping anger about a perversion of the democratic process because they chose drinks while we chose victory via direct action.

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comment on FB … “Out drinking, while this very important resolution was being discussed”

¡Adelante, compas!”

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Late night high-fiving on this path to Austin sustainability and affordable energy!


As we are sitting here in Arlington, we are jealous but thankful for your leadership and hope other Texas cities will soon follow you! Here is the wording as appeared in the agenda items…

Items 157 & 158
157. Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to implement policies recommended by the 2014 Generation Resource Planning Task Force and the Electric Utility Commission that will reduce harmful emissions and the negative impacts of global warming.

( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member Chris Riley CO 1: Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole CO 2: Council Member Mike Martinez )

158. Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to create policies which increase energy efficiency program offerings for low income and low-moderate income customers, and creating a Low Income Consumer Advisory Task Force.

( Notes: SPONSOR: Council Member Kathie Tovo CO 1: Council Member Laura Morrison CO 2: Mayor Pro Tem Sheryl Cole )

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Here is another related press release from http://www.greentechmedia “Last night, the Austin city council voted in favor of a resolution that would increase the city’s rooftop and utility-scale solar targets by 800 megawatts over the coming years.

It creates a plan that would build a small paradise for distributed energy companies, including a utility-scale solar target of 600 megawatts by 2017, a rooftop solar target of 200 megawatts by 2020, explicit language enabling third-party solar ownership, a floor price for the value-of-solar tariff, and a mandatory strategy to procure 200 megawatts of fast-response storage.

The plan builds upon earlier climate goals created and revised since 2010. After Austin Energy signed a power-purchase agreement for 150 megawatts of solar at 5 cents per kilowatt-hour in May, city officials asked if they should require more solar that could provide a hedge against natural gas prices.”


Curious as to what mix Austin Energy provides?…for now…for NOW…its this…

Rated Generation Capacity

Project Generation Type Rated
Decker Gas/Steam – 2 units 735 MW
Decker Gas Turbines – 4 units 192 MW
Fayette Coal – 50% share of 2 units 602 MW
South Texas Project Nuclear – 16% share 436 MW
Sand Hill Gas Combined Cycle 300 MW
Sand Hill Gas Turbines – 6 units 270 MW
Mueller Energy Center 4.6 MW
Wind 850.9 MW
Biomass Wood chip 100 MW
Biomass Landfill 11.8 MW
Solar Utility Scale 30 MW
TOTAL 3,532.3MW

We so expect Austin Energy to ramp up their solar projects…all “drinking” aside.


Compare that Austin City Council/citizen vision  to AEP Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPO) that serves the Texarkana, Longview, and Marshall TX areas. They are not in competition with other energy providers.  While SWEPO does have a webpage about their commitments to wind (no solar), in matters of Climate Change, they defer to their parent company, AEP, for this  PATHETIC statement…

“By 2026, we project that our coal-fueled generating capacity will drop to 49 percent, while natural gas capacity increases to 28 percent.”


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In Arlington adding new gas wells to an existing pad site gets NO PUBLIC REVIEW

There are two ways to know if more wells will be drilled on an already existing padsite in Arlington (gasland) Texas…..

1) If you see/smell/hear & feel ( sick?) drilling activity in your neighborhood  

2) Or you can regularly check this city link “Permit Status – Administrative Process” 

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Some time ago City Council grew weary of hearing me speak against every gas well up for permit. They really did not enjoy the endless begging of other people asking council not to allow a high impact industrial process into their neighborhoods.

I remember a few years ago, one mam in a wheelchair who couldn’t speak. He had his wife read his letter for him. In that case, they were actually successful in getting the well permit denied…after the vote he was crying real tears of joy….that is forever ingrained on my brain…I am in fight not flight mode and no one can turn me off.

In order for council to have the luxury of not having the gas well permits land on the City Council agenda, they….

1) first had to amend the original Special Use Permit to allow for a “drilling zone”. Establishing the drilling zone officially states how many well heads can fit on the property.

2) If the driller does not have outstanding inspection violations, and once 

3) council approves the first well ON the new drilling zone (which both council votes usually happen the same night), then

the rest of the wellheads can be “permitted” by a person sitting behind a desk.

Arlington residents will not have any opportunity for public comment. 

Most will not know until the derrick goes up.

My prediction is that this administrative process WILL come back to haunt them one day.

The FishCreekMonitor.blogspot posted a video from the City Council meeting of 8/19/2014 where attorney-councilman Shepard added weaker language (than the International Fire Code IFC standards) before the final vote to read (I boldfaced for emphasis)….”Where wells exist on a drill site additional wells may [sic] be drilled and drill zones may be established within 300 feet (91440 mm) of buildings with an occupancy in group A, E, or I. If feasible, additional wells shall not be located closer to the buildings than existing wells.”

How convenient that this language allows gas wells to be closer than the recommended IFC standards of 300 feet to occupied structures. This essentially expands the size of a drilling zone to allow for even more gas wells even more closer to people.  Also, his “if feasible” reeks of weak moral character bending over allowing loopholes so the drillers know who is the dominant partner in this nasty act of fracking us. Our city officials continue to try and please the industry at all costs to its citizens health.


—– Forwarded Message —–
From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: “robert.shepard@arlingtontx.gov” <robert.shepard@arlingtontx.gov>
Cc: “don.crowson@arlingtontx.gov” <don.crowson@arlingtontx.gov>; “cynthia.simmons@arlingtontx.gov” <cynthia.simmons@arlingtontx.gov>; Robert Rivera <robert.rivera@arlingtontx.gov>; “robert.cluck@arlingtontx.gov” <robert.cluck@arlingtontx.gov>; “trey.yelverton@arlingtontx.gov” <trey.yelverton@arlingtontx.gov>; “don.jakeway@arlingtontx.gov” <don.jakeway@arlingtontx.gov>; “jimmy.bennett@arlingtontx.gov” <jimmy.bennett@arlingtontx.gov>; “charlie.parker@arlingtontx.gov” <charlie.parker@arlingtontx.gov>; “lana.wolff@arlingtontx.gov” <lana.wolff@arlingtontx.gov>; “sheri.capehart@arlingtontx.gov” <sheri.capehart@arlingtontx.gov>; “kathryn.wilemon@arlingtontx.gov” <kathryn.wilemon@arlingtontx.gov>; Brett Shipp <bshipp@wfaa.com>; “michael.glaspie@arlingtontx.gov” <michael.glaspie@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2014 5:06 PM
Subject: on the IFC language adoption did you mean to say MAY NOT?
What you said in the meeting to amend before the final reading was that wells MAY be drilled closer than 300 feet from places where people gather (which is less safe than the IFC standards)…..also this “if feasible” language you also added is yet another loophole for the drillers to do what they want..that would allow for larger drilling zones even closer to people.
This is bad timing in light of more info coming out on birth defects and correlation to well densities to expectant mothers and subsequent birth defects higher risk rates. http://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2014/08/31/why-natural-news-is-an-alarmist-publication-and-to-be-fractd-checked/
Please clarify if you meant to say MAY NOT, thanks. If this is true and the other council members didn’t catch what you were doing…this needs to be fixed. Any Christian leader would know better than to put this activity that close to people.


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H2S killed 9 people in Denver back in 1975 – 14 yr old Clara’s last love note posted here

In a book you can buy called “Shale Gas Production Processes” by James G Speight, he says… “The Barnett Shale resource play of North Texas, for examle, contains several hundred parts per million (ppm v/v) of hydrogen sulfide and much higher amounts of carbon dioxide (in the percent v/v range).”

I have blooged about H2S in the past….http://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/?s=h2s

Ohiogasdrilling.files.wordpress re-posted a pdf file from the Houston Chronicle ……. I boldfaced for emphasis and ease of reading…

Ohio’s Lack of Regulation of Hydrogen Sulfide- Risk Assessment

“The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality limits H2S emissions in residential and commercial areas to 0.08 parts per million (ppm) to protect the public. At 100 ppm of H2S, one breath will kill a person instantly. Even much less concentrations will cause severe sickness.” Texas A&M Engineer, C. Morgan for POGCO Death came from a cloud / A silent killer took 9 lives in 1975. Could it happen again? JIM MORRIS Staff SUN 11/09/1997 The Houston Chronicle, Section Special, Page 2, 2 STAR Edition DENVER CITY – Faye Bernard has preserved the note, scribbled in the looping cursive of a teen-age girl.

“Moma [sic]: I’m gonna spend the night with Dee Dee,” it reads. “Love, Clara.”

This brief and, as it turned out, heartbreaking missive was written on Saturday, Feb. 1, 1975, by 14-year-old Clara Peevy. She was letting her mother, Faye, know that she’d be staying with a friend, Dee Dee Patton, at the Patton home. The girls, whose budding social lives revolved around the Assembly of God church, were in high spirits. There had been a revival in the West Texas town all week, and 17-year-old Dee Dee had sung If That Isn’t Love on Saturday evening. “It sounded so pretty,” Bernard, 72, said recently. “It was about the prettiest she’d ever sung.” By 5:15 a.m. Sunday, Clara Peevy, Dee Dee Patton, her parents and four relatives who had spent the night with them were dead, victims of hydrogen sulfide that leaked from Arco’s Willard Unit Well No. 66, about 200 feet behind the house. A neighbor, Tom Merrill, had called to warn them that a chemical cloud had sickened his wife and might be moving their way. Still groggy in the darkness, they had suffocated seconds after rushing outside on a chilly, damp and nearly windless morning. Five bodies – including Clara’s – were found in a car, two in a pickup truck and one on the ground. A ninth victim – 19-year-old Arco employee Steve Sparger, who was responding to the leak – was found in his pickup. The position of the truck in a ditch along County Road 330 suggested that Sparger had driven into the cloud and was trying to turn around when he died. Almost 23 years after Texas’ worst hydrogen sulfide accident, all that remains of the Patton house is a cracked concrete slab. There is no memorial, no indication of any sort that lives were lost on this spot three miles north of Denver City, although the “Christmas tree” structure of Well No. 66 remains. Fleta Taylor, 70, lives about a mile from the well, as she did in 1975. She and her husband, Ben, were spared the effects of the gas, although he died of a heart attack three weeks later. Taylor said that the Patton family seemed oblivious – as did most other people – to the sour gas wells (those containing at least 100 parts per million of hydrogen sulfide) that had been drilled all over Yoakum County. Merrill, who barely got his wife and two children out of their home, told Taylor after the accident that “he could hear the Pattons crying out. Of course, they didn’t last long.” Melvin Reed, 65, was one of the volunteer firefighters on the scene. “I can still see it like it was yesterday,” he said. A crowd of onlookers – among them several timid rescue workers – had formed by the time the firefighters arrived at about 5:30 a.m, Reed said. The gas cloud was nearly stationary, rolling ever so slightly to the south.Ohio’s Lack of Regulation of Hydrogen Sulfide- Risk Assessment “Steve Sparger was one of our big football players,” said Bowman, who was teaching 11th-grade history at Denver City High School in 1975. “He was the starting fullback. He was a big, nice, likable young man.” Sparger graduated in May 1973 and, as was typical in Denver City, went straight to the oil fields. He was hired as a “computer observer” by Arco and had been married only 15 months when he died. The two investigating agencies came down hard on Arco. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited the company for, among other things, failing to provide Sparger with respiratory protection and adequate training. The Railroad Commission found that Arco’s safety equipment at the well was not sensitive to small leaks and that the company had no written emergency plan. A black-and-white photograph in the Feb. 6, 1975, edition of the Denver City Press shows the upshot of these lapses: A living room left in disarray by the Pattons and their house guests. Two pairs of eyeglasses lie on a table in the foreground. In the background are a recliner – in its horizontal position, as if someone had been sleeping on it – and a cot covered with rumpled sheets. By the winter of 1975, oil field workers had known for decades about “rotten-egg” gas, how it could smother you in a few breaths if the concentration was high enough, how it could make you do crazy things – things a raging drunk might do – if it didn’t kill you. To the public, however, hydrogen sulfide had seemed to pose no real threat until the “white hell” (as the Press depicted the cloud) claimed nine lives in the little town just east of the New Mexico line. It was national news, an oddity amid a numbing succession of car wrecks, plane crashes and similarly mundane disasters. The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, the biggest daily newspaper in the area, covered the story with particular vigor, to the great irritation of Press publisher Gene Snyder. “They had a front-page story every day for a month after it happened,” said Snyder, 68, who still runs the paper. “They kept it alive, and we were trying to forget.” The story’s prominence served at least one purpose: it forced the Railroad Commission to re-examine and ultimately tighten its Rule 36, which deals with the handling of hydrogen sulfide. Drillers and producers of sour gas wells were ordered to calculate worst-case releases, plan for emergencies and warn the public. Special conditions were placed on enhanced-recovery wells, like Arco’s No. 66, into which waste gas is reinjected to force out hard-to-capture oil. “Twenty-two years ago, you didn’t see no signs around saying ‘Poison gas,'” said Faye Bernard’s husband, Roy, whom she married after her first husband, Burl Peevy, died in 1989. Today, Denver City is teeming with such signs, some of which can be found on the lawns of nice homes in the center of town. The signs are so plentiful, in fact, that it’s easy to see how one might come to ignore them, to grow complacent about the naturally occurring chemical that contaminates oil and gas in the Wasson Field. “This whole county, they don’t want to talk about this stuff,” Melvin Reed said. In a 1993 report to Congress, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency identified 14 “major H2S-prone areas” in 20 states. Four of these areas are in Texas. From 1975 through 1996, 208 hydrogen sulfide incidents – significant releases from wells or pipelines that caused, or could have caused, death or injury – were reported to the Texas Railroad Commission.

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Forum on 2009 Caddo Cow Deaths – in case the link is removed

LISTEN to related story HERE on cows eating fodder grown with fracking waste…geesch…makes me wanna be a vegan!



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Herd of dead cows next to a drilling site
by Charl » Thu Apr 30, 2009 3:43 pm

They say some 30+ are now dead

http://www.ktbs.com/news/Water-being-te … ld-30832/#

19 head of cattle die near north La. gas well

SPRING RIDGE, La. — Nineteen cattle have died in in northwest Louisiana and investigators collected water samples Wednesday to determine if pollutants from a nearby natural gas well might have tainted their pastureland, a state environmental official said.

“It looks like some type of production fluid has run offsite and the cows got into it, ingested it,” said Otis Randle, regional manager for the state Department of Environmental Quality.

The owner had about 40 beef cows with calves in the pasture, said Sam Irwin, spokesman for the state Department of Agriculture and Forestry. He said 19 cows died but all of the calves _ he did not know how many or whether they were old enough to sell for beef _ were fine. Tissue samples from the dead cattle and one survivor were sent to Texas A and M for analysis, Irwin said.

Randle cautioned that no determination has been made so far whether a chemical spill occurred and inspectors were collecting the water samples for testing.

Randle said he will request results as soon as possible and hopes to get them within a week. He said investigators found white, milky puddles here and there both on the well site and in a 400 square-yard area just inside the pasture.

Investigators couldn’t tell where it came from, he said.

“As soon as we get results back, we’ll be able to identify the product. When we do that, we’ll know whose they were and where it came from,” Randle said.

He said the well’s owner, Chesapeake Energy, vacuumed up the puddles Wednesday and planned to take soil samples and excavate the affected area Thursday.

The livestock died Tuesday near rain puddles in their pasture, said a Caddo Parish sheriff’s spokeswoman, Cindy Chadwick. Local residents reported the cattle were foaming at the mouth, bellowing and had bleeding tongues.

The pasture fence is about 150 feet from the well, said Kevin McCotter, director of corporate development in Louisiana for Chesapeake Energy, which owns the well.

Randle said he asked representatives from Chesapeake and oil service company Schlumberger Ltd. to identify any fluid that might have run into the pasture, but they said they had no indication of a spill.

McCotter said the well’s crew was injecting fluids at high pressure to break down the shale and release natural gas.

Chadwick said air quality tests Tuesday night did not indicate any danger.

Carol “C.C.” Canady, president of United Neighbors for Oil and Gas Rights, said she saw at least four cows collapse and die.

“The cows’ tongues hanging, bleeding off front and back, foaming at the mouth and bellowing” she said.

William Dubose said he captured video of yellowish-green fumes that smelled like a combination of antifreeze and petrochemical.

The cattle were on a pasture south of Spring Ridge, a community about 20 miles south of Shreveport.

The parish landfill refused to take the carcasses, so they were taken to the owners’ land for burial, Irwin said.

Copyright 2009 The Associated Press.

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Re: Herd of dead cows next to a drilling site
by Mrs.Chevyman » Thu Apr 30, 2009 3:50 pm


Another message on the site there:

04-30-2009 1:52:39 PM CST
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Re: Herd of dead cows next to a drilling site
by T-Rex’s Shadow » Sat May 02, 2009 9:28 am

Gas Industry to every living creature in their way: ‘I’ll get you my pretty and your lil dog too’


“Antifreeze just happens to be one of the chemicals in frack fluid.”…
So my question to all who really don’t give a damn about this earth…..
Are you ready to bleed out?
Oh, the war ain’t for the oil or so Bush tries to say, but he’ll send your sons & daughters, send them packin’ on their way. And when the troops keep dyin’ he’ll send in many more, ’cause the war is for the oil, and he’s their Corporate Whore.

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Re: Herd of dead cows next to a drilling site
by T-Rex’s Shadow » Sat May 02, 2009 9:49 am


I noticed the link I posted didn’t work in the post above……so, this should cure that problem
Oh, the war ain’t for the oil or so Bush tries to say, but he’ll send your sons & daughters, send them packin’ on their way. And when the troops keep dyin’ he’ll send in many more, ’cause the war is for the oil, and he’s their Corporate Whore.

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Re: Herd of dead cows next to a drilling site
by JUNIUS » Tue May 05, 2009 4:53 am

Charl wrote:
They say some 30+ are now dead
http://www.ktbs.com/news/Water-being-te … ld-30832/#

19 head of cattle die near north La. gas well
http://tiptopwebsite.com/websites/index … snp&page=8
Death came from a cloud

A silent killer took 9 lives in 1975. Could it happen again?

a final note from her daughter. An accidental release of hydrogen sulfide from this unremarkable-looking wellhead, right, killed nine people in 1975.

“DENVER CITY Faye Bernard has preserved the note, scribbled in the looping cursive of a teen-age girl.

“Moma [sic]: I’m gonna spend the night with Dee Dee,” it reads. “Love, Clara.”

This brief and, as it turned out, heartbreaking missive was written on Saturday, Feb. 1, 1975, by 14-year-old Clara Peevy. She was letting her mother, Faye, know that she’d be staying with a friend, Dee Dee Patton, at the Patton home. …” http://www.nockamixon.us/Issues/gas/dea … _cloud.htm
more info:

Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. 137
Chief Justice MARSHALL delivered the opinion of the Court.
So, if a law be in opposition to the Constitution, if both the law and the Constitution apply to a particular case, so that the Court must either decide that case conformably to the law, disregarding the Constitution, or conformably to the Constitution, disregarding the law, the Court must determine which of these conflicting rules governs the case. This is of the very essence of judicial duty.

If, then, the Courts are to regard the Constitution, and the Constitution is superior to any ordinary act of the Legislature, the Constitution, and not such ordinary act, must govern the case to which they both apply.”

a law repugnant to the Constitution is void, and that courts, as well as other departments, are bound by that instrument

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Re: Herd of dead cows next to a drilling site
by :-( » Sun May 17, 2009 9:22 am

I was speaking with a gentleman from Susquehanna County,he told me of a farmer there who woke up one morning to find slurry in his barn.It was coming out every water orifice in the barn.

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NC residents speak against the inadequate #fracking regs – many ask for a BAN !

WRAL was LIVE covering North Carolina residents speaking out (on a work day) in opposition to fracking. They are upset with how their leaders are ‘frack fast tracking’ with some of the least protective regulations in the nation.

This is the first of four public hearings. Click here to see the Sierra list of other meetings.



play by play….

Aug. 20, 2014 – NCSU- McKimmon Center, Raleigh, NC from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Aug. 22, 2014 – Wicker Civic Center, Sanford, NC from 5:00 to 9:00pm.

Aug. 25, 2014 – Rockingham County High School, Reidsville, NC from 5:00 to 9:00pm.

Sept. 12, 2014 – Bardo Fine & Performing Arts Center- WCU, Cullowhee, NC from 5:00 to 9:00 pm.

Here is a video of a speaker too choked up to speak yet her message is frackingly clear!….



Next we have….. SING IT SISTA!….

Below is a pic (boo & hiss) of the two profracking lady speakers (of which one has mineral interests). Both were wearing t-shirts that said “Energy = Jobs”…she is right but in the wrong direction.

This gal wanted a show of hands of those who used fossil fuels to drive to the public hearing and eat or drink from plastic wares/water bottles.. HOW UNORIGINAL….she is such a “status quo debbie downer” when change is possible…she gives us an incentive to stop using unnecessary fossil fuels. And until we do…she’s got a good point…lets hit them where it hurt$…

  • subscribe to renewable energy choices for your home heating/cooling,
  • use induction cooking if you have gas,
  • buy an electric car or use public transportation…these are do-able goals to budget for.

…climate change ain’t waiting for it to be afforable or easy

HEY DEBBIE LADY…providing renewable energy choices creates jobs….you-dear-debbie-downer-lady-you!


Here are five quick videos of another gal with a great accent that grabbed everyones hearts….

This gal left with some time on the clock and ran back to say one more thang and it was “DO IT” !!!!! (ie vote the frackers out of office)….

This lady was the last speaker that wore the ‘Benzene’ lapel. Yes these were organized folks who wore other tags like COPD, Asthma etc….. where were all the organized Texas gals 8 years ago? …..crickets…we were the guinea pigs.

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The meeting ended with people wanting to ask questions from the audience and was promptly cut off after answering one question confirming that the transcripts will be made.

Below is my tweet…something we can and should do during the next round of public hearings…thanks…


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Perry Indictment Proud but CPRIT shows possible retaliation as explanation

Last year I blogged on the CPRIT story as well as the TEF funds. I recently updated the story in connection to the recent Perry indictment events here on this link http://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2013/04/06/4-25-million-of-your-texas-enterprise-fund-supported-dinosaur-fossil-fuels-last-year/

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