Sounds like a good movie to me. Now whether or not I agree with the Science Behind it--Is a good question, since I have yet to see the movie. This makes agreement, IMO, rather impossible. But, then again, that is not the correct question, IMO, the correct question is--would the Scientist agree with what they are presenting as Science as True Science. Since the Fossil Fuel Industries have too much to lose if 'Fracking' gets to be even less popular than it is now, they have their own sets of biases.With the Gus Van Sant film featuring fracking, "Promised Land," scheduled to hit select theaters at the end of this month, energy firms worried about a misleading Hollywood treatment are adjusting the focus with websites and campaigns against what they s . . . READ MORE!!!!
In many cases, the Environmental Protection Agency has granted these so-called aquifer exemptions in Western states now stricken by drought and increasingly desperate for water. . . . READ MORE!!!!
With the world's supply of fresh drinking water getting more and more scarse--the last thing we need to do is to keep on polluting what we have--Most Especially since there are already other Sources of Energy. 'Fracking' the ultimate in being-- Penny Wise, Pound Foolish.