Don’t be fooled by sand mines. They are an intrinsic part of the Fracking industry that pollutes and consumes a frightening amount of our scare fresh water, releases methane (and when burned C02), causes earthquakes, starts kitchen faucets on fire, etc. and generally trods all over the People’s Rights in the process of polluting the environment in a myriad of other ways.
The fracking industry has the Democratic Party by the balls.
More than 1,000 Meet in Denver to Develop Drug War Exit Strategy
CC: By Tony Newman, AlterNet - Wednesday, October 23 2013
International Drug Policy Reform Conference celebrates this year's unprecedented momentum of the drug policy reform movement.
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Greenhouse gasses are the only reason given for the greatest increase in temperatures in 44,00-120,000 years, according to the article at the link below.
But why does NO ONE ever mention other sources of atmospheric heat VIA unregulated technology -- specifically:
1. THE BLANKET OF MICROWAVES ENVELOPING THE EARTH DUE TO NEW COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AND SATELLITES
Here is an interesting video on YouTube which is entirely relevant today: "Bacon, Beans and Limousines"
Although I'm not a government scholar, I do have life's experiences and observations that span well over a half of century and ideas and views formed that people may or may not agree with. There is alot of anger, finger pointing,seperation and just plain crazieness. The motto "Divide and Conquer" seems to be alive and well in it's workings from Koch Bros, government, major media and the Corporate world. The American people have every debateable conflict going on today with more complications then answers.
Last night I watched Hot Tub Time Machine for the 6th time... at least. I know, I know. Hot Tub Time Machine??? Don't worry. I won't watch it again... for a long, long time: hopefully.
A choice made out of desperation, to be honest.
When I first saw the promo for the movie I refused to bother going to the theaters for what I thought was a concept beyond dreck. And it sure is dreck, isn't it?