Even though there are people against fracking, the opposites consider that it could be good because it will create jobs, Americans could have their own energy and the U.S.A will use less coal. People who are against fracking claim that it has negative environmental consequences. The drillers use acids such as Boric Oxide and Hydrochloric that are used to clean swimming pool filters. Moreover, they use detergents one of them is Sodium Hydroxide.pH buffer. It is very corrosive and causes severe burns.
Charcoal vs. Clay Research Project, Section 571, Alejandra Navarro* and Alessandra Thompson * - Primary Author Abstract Two substances – charcoal and Bentonite clay- were tested to determine which item would be a better at adsorbing harmful PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) that pollute water supplies. Through careful testing, it was proven that charcoal was a better adsorbent than the clay. Both materials adsorbed the model PAH to some extent, but charcoal would be the better choice when selecting which should be used to filter the harmful pollutants out of the water. Introduction In today’s society, water pollution caused by by-products of industrial and agricultural processes is an extremely prominent problem (Schwarzenbach, Egli, Hofstetter, et. al.).
The use of chemicals in the hydrofracking process and the energy needed to operate the trucks and drills, critics say, offset the low carbon emissions from the burning of natural gas, making it no better than oil or coal. Furthermore, opponents contend, pollutants left behind at hydrofracking drilling sites could seep out from closed pipes and wells, posing a danger to public health for generations. Therefore, critics say, the federal government must step in to institute stricter regulations than the states have already
Bottled water has negative and positive effects on the environment and human health. Moreover, the positive outweigh the negative with bottled water. Tap water is filtered from wastes, sometimes it can’t be 100% filtered, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)2. Most people think that tap water has the same taste as bottled water, which is incorrect in my opinion. Drinking water from the tap tastes different, and its not a very safe thing to do I believe.
This is part of the requirement to engineer a food crisis and bring in a famine. You can dismiss this. * Superheating the Atmosphere: In order to create earthquakes and steer hurricanes (for example hurricane Katrina in New Orleans) the atmosphere needs to be more conductive for electricity so installations such as HAARP (HAARP is just what they want you to see, HAARP has nothing to do with anything) can work their magic. So the chemtrails spray barium and aluminum among other things to create a more conductive upper atmosphere. In The Phoenix Rises (2012) they tell you exactly this @ exactly ~16:00 in the movie.
Given that mycotoxins may have carcinogenic properties, you should immediately remove yourself from any black mold environment and have the spores professionally removed. Black Mold vs. Other Molds • All molds can potentially cause respiratory symptoms as the spores enter your lungs, but not all molds contain pathogens or mycotoxins. Some of the more common household molds, like Penicillium and and Cladosporium, are far less harmful and only pose a threat to asthma sufferers and people with respiratory conditions. The toxigenic molds, like Aspergillus and of course black mold, can pose a threat to
The Pennsylvania Act 13th is legislation that was passed by Pennsylvania legislation to provide “pro-business, clean-energy bill creating jobs, revenue and improving environmental laws surrounding drilling.” ("Fracking Democracy: Why Pennsylvania's Act 13 May Be the Nation's Worst Corporate Giveaway | AlterNet", 2012). When in turn this may not be the case at all once you ready the full legislative act. It has allowed them (companies of fracking) the basic rights to drill within 300 yards of any protect land for an example, wetlands and populated areas. It also helps over turn zoning laws that have been in place to help protect these people from the chemicals and air pollution that would be a result in closer proximity to their homes and community. This is also one of the first bills that has helped close a loop hole that discloses what is being used in the water while fracking.
The importance of the blue ocean strategy is that it keeps companies looking for untapped markets, which will provide new goods and services for the consumer. A product or service that might be considered a blue ocean move can be as simple as mixing alcohol and energy drinks packaging them and selling to the public. Anheuser-Busch could do this as long as the energy drinks do not contain caffeine. Mixing alcohol and energy drinks is not a new idea, but in November of 2010 the Food and Drug Administration declared caffeine an illegal and unsafe additive to manufactured alcoholic beverages. So now breweries cannot manufactures energy drinks with alcohol.
There were two main ways alcohol was illegally distilled: from “scratch” or by distilling denatured industrial alcohol. From scratch involved relatively few health risks because it mimicked the traditional distilling practice of mixing yeast, corn sugar, and water. However, alcohol made from denatured industrial alcohol, intended for manufacturing items such as antifreeze, camera film, and synthetic fabrics, could be deadly if improperly distilled. Most forms of denatured alcohol were poisonous by design, infused with toxic elements so that they could no be consumed. However, bootleggers were undeterred and were able to remove the toxins by redistilling the alcohol—most of the time.
A Fracking Problem Drill, baby, drill, has been the mantra behind the ever-present need to find cheaper, more efficient energy. The most recent solution to our energy dilemma has been hydraulic fracturing, a process that may be causing more harm then benefit. While the natural gas produced from fracking, as the practice is nicknamed, is a cleaner alternative to both coal and oil, it still releases carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, into the atmosphere promising no relief from the dangers of climate change. In addition to the climate change issue, the process of fracking is being investigated for claims of methane contamination of groundwater sources and possible negative geological effects, including human-induced earthquakes. The dangers