At Universities, Fracking Research Funded by Oil and Gas Companies

Sep 9, 2012 Full story: Common Dreams

Critics are calling it "frackademia" - the nexus between academia and companies with a stake in "fracking," the controversial method of extracting gas and oil from shales.

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Dwight Baker

Eagle Pass, TX

#1 Sep 10, 2012
Some follow the big bucks others follow common sense and reason
By Dwight Baker
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I am a seasoned veteran in oil and gas and was involved in fracturing early on. Not much is wrong with fracturing except it is dangerous as hell. Fools do stupid things and when that happens during a frack job someone may die.

The current method of fracturing can be improved. I have invented the TOP SIDE COLLIDER it is the way to seal off the fresh water zones before drilling deeper. The current way does not work and will not work yet for reasons of labiality the industry has decided to not change.

The sure cures for all the problems we face daily are out there if we would just look around and decide to walk in the waters of creation looking for a better way.

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