Hydrofracking sparks earthquake concerns

Hydrofracking sparks earthquake concerns

There are 1 comment on the Star-Gazette story from Nov 15, 2011, titled Hydrofracking sparks earthquake concerns. In it, Star-Gazette reports that:

In business, low overhead is a good thing. It means more profits.In wingshooting, at least in my case, low overhead usually means a missed shot.It Testing of deep injection wells at this now abandoned gas facility in Avoca caused a series of small to moderate earthquakes in 2001.

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Fresno, CA

#1 Nov 17, 2011
What if drilling or fracking or extracting oil from the earth is like taking the synovial fluid out of your joints, or like draining your car's oil or brake fluid and driving it around? Maybe it makes the plates slide better, and taking it out makes them move across each other in a jerky motion, thereby producing earthquake, or making the ones we have worse. I'm just sayin...

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