“The samples were not tested for specific fracking chemicals or for concentrations of chemicals.
Water from control sites in Colorado and Missouri where there is no fracking showed some EDC activity, but the levels were lower than in the water samples from the Garfield County sites, according to the study.”
If the samples were not tested for specific fracking chemicals or for concentrations of chemicals”, how did Banerjee conclude that “the levels were lower than in the water samples from the Garfield County sites”?
Does Banerjee’s contradiction here, call into question the entire article? We think it does. Please read the article below, then you decide.
Filmmaker and anti-fracking activist Josh Fox’s new film “Gasland Part II” uses a Texas environmentalist’s hoax to show hydraulic fracturing allegedly contaminating water.
The Washington Free Beacon reports that the controversial anti-fracking sequel features a scene where a Texas landowner is able to light the contents of his garden hose on fire. This is then used as evidence that nearby oil and gas operations caused the contamination.
by John Stossel
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