EPA and the Shale Fuel Genie

Russ Steele

The EPA is being prodded by the environmental wackos to put this shale oil and gas genie back the bottle, by placing a moratorium on “fracking.” A process that has been used safely for over 50 years, now they are manufacturing claims of water pollution. The wackos do not want cheap fossil fuels competing with their expensive green alternative energy. It is going be hard to stuff this Genie back in the bottle. And, if we let is happen, then we should all freeze for our stupidity.


About Russ Steele
Freelance writer and climate change blogger. Russ spent twenty years in the Air Force as a navigator specializing in electronics warfare and digital systems. After his service he was employed for sixteen years as concept developer for TRW, an aerospace and automotive company, and then was CEO of a non-profit Internet provider for 18 months. Russ's articles have appeared in Comstock's Business, Capitol Journal, Trailer Life, Monitoring Times, and Idaho Magazine.

8 Responses to EPA and the Shale Fuel Genie

  1. D. King says:

    Check this out Russ!

    National Academy of Sciences appointee caught “making up stuff” to win lawsuit, RICO lawsuit follows


  2. D. King says:

    Here is the video.

  3. Dena Wiltsie says:

    I suspect that the green movement took this long to figure out that fracking was a good way to stop the oil companies. You notice that they talk about it like it’s a new process and say nothing about how long it’s been in use.

  4. Russ says:

    The EPA is “finding” petroleum-based contaminants in ”blank” water samples. Blank samples, are “ultra purified water samples commonly used in testing to ensure no contamination from field sampling procedures.” How is it possible to detect compounds of concern from crystal-clear, ultra-purified water? Good question.

    I wonder if the scientist’s in the video, or her firm, did the testing of the blank water samples for the EPA, finding petroleum-based contamination is ultra-pure water samples? Well if the EPA can fake global warming, why not contamination in pure water?

    • D. King says:

      That is a good question Russ.
      There should be a calibration trail for all testing equipment.
      I have suspected diddling.
      I no longer trust any data coming from their tests.

    • Dena Wiltsie says:

      There have been cases of natural seepage in fields where they are fracking. The way they knew it was because the seepage existed before the oil company used fracking. Also, the California has spots where the sand is covered with tar and other spots where oil is seeping to the surface from underground reserves. This seepage stops when the oil companies remove the oil from the under ground reserve. After all, where do you think the Brea tar pits came from and there was no drilling going on when the Brea tar pits were created. By the way, the Brea tar pits still bubble up oil in spots. They have a big pool of water next to the visitor center that you can the scum of oil on top and gas bubbles from seepage.

  5. Bob W says:

    This tactic of faking facts by the left is also an exercise in testing the gullibility of the public. As soon as they get confirmation of a level of acceptance by a large enough percentage of the public they raise the ante and produce a larger fake.

    Thanks to the stupidity of our populace we are approaching the point where the exorcise of verification of acceptance will no longer be necessary. At that point we will be forced to admit that our efforts to divert these subversions are pointless. Then I suggest you sit back and watch the show.

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