BREAKING! ABSTRACT posted in the American Chemical Society entitled
Spills of Hydraulic Fracturing Chemicals on Agricultural Topsoil: Biodegradation, Sorption, and Co-Contaminant Interactions
partly reads “Hydraulic fracturing frequently occurs on agricultural land. Yet, the extent of sorption, transformation, and interactions among the numerous organic frac fluid and oil and gas wastewater constituents upon environmental release is hardly known. …Polyethylene glycol surfactants were completely biodegraded in agricultural topsoil within 42 to 71 days, but their transformation was impeded in the presence of the biocide glutaraldehyde and completely inhibited by salt at concentrations typical for oil and gas wastewater. At the same time, aqueous glutaraldehyde concentrations decreased due to sorption to soil, and were completely biodegraded within 33 to 57 days….. These findings highlight the necessity to consider co-contaminant effects when we evaluate the risk of frac fluid additives and oil and gas wastewater constituents in agricultural soils in order to fully understand their human health impacts, likelihood for crop uptake, and potential for groundwater contamination.”
About (poly)acrylamide…..I just blogged about that….
U better tune in on the food risk I speak about there….to be advised on how to cut down your carcinogenic food borne acrylamide risks.
About the scary chemicals and their time frame and their unknown additive effects in relation to endocrine disruption, I just blogged about the intersex risks with fracking on our human populations since transgender bathrooms is in the news…read here….https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2016/05/11/intersex-bathrooms-endocrine-disruptions-the-chesapeake-bay-way/
About the picture…..this is a picture of my parrots “sick poop” when she went to the vet and later I correlated it with weird Arlington tap water issues with my noticing standing water turning moldy in my sink and then having a white residue from hand washing utensils NOT easily coming clean….which has never happened before AND I was using the same dish washing liquid. If a “change” in our water made my bird $$$ sick, then think about a change in our food being fracked….how expensive will that be in terms of human health?