RE:  drilling out in the boonies.  That is not safe as it will affect the water 
supply miles away.  And what about the animal life out there?  Are their lives 
not of any value?  Better to go with solar, wind and ground/air heat pumps.  
The don't require toxic substances, dangerous drilling.  Less disturbance of 
the land.
---- Lorrie <> wrote: 
> We saw that movie GAS LAND and we also had a gas well drilled on
> our land......... Believe me there is NO "safe" way to drill for
> gas. We were way, way out in the boonies and it ruined our land 
> and water. Drilling for gas and fracking is an extremely dangerous
> operation.
> Former posts on the subject..............
> > With all the supposed regulations, look at all the obviously legal
> > things they get away with, knowing full well how it impacts
> > people's health - but to do away with ALL regulations, giving them
> > a free-for-all, just imagine the horrors! Fracking is another thing
> > that hurts people in the areas, their water - AND it may very well
> > be responsible for earth quakes where there normally are none or
> > seldom happen. The earth is shattered with high power drilling,
> > pumping toxic substances into the cracked areas, helping them to
> > drill easier for natural gas.....Amen. -----
> > It's a touchy subject and I don't want to ruffle any feathers. I'm
> > not against drilling, just drilling too close to homes and schools
> > (urban drilling). A town that surrounds mine has 300 ft setbacks
> > and that is it.  Our town is implementing 1,500 ft. but I don't
> > think that is enough. I think
> > 
> > it needs to be out in the boonies where it can't hurt the water
> > supply, our health, pets, livestock, etc. The drillers just need to
> > do it safely.  It's ridiculous how many leaks gas wells have.
> > People here call Williams Drilling
> > 
> > Co....."Spillman's"  That's how bad it is! I can write a book!! 
> > people need to watch Josh Fox's movie's real, true
> > stories. Google Dish, TX with Calvin Tillman, he recently moved
> > from his town and he was the Mayor. He's now very active, even with
> > drilling in PA. Also, Google Tim Ruggiero and read his experience
> > he had when he leased his mineral rights.  It's the kids that I
> > feel sorry for. They have nose bleeds so bad that he said their
> > bedrooms look like a murder seen....ok, I'm done.
> > 
> > This is a FelV blog....right?  My apologies if I offended anyone but
> > this is real and it IS happening.
> > 
> > ----- Original Message ----- 
> > From: "Bonnie Hogue" <>
> > To: <>
> > Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2011 11:56 AM
> > Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Sunscreens increase skin cancer....
> > 
> > > Keep ranting, Lynda.  People need to know about this stuff and take 
> > > Action!
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