Comment posted Fracking facts: pros, cons and issues by Techroom.
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- Think you will find Big Ugly that the amount of water vapour in the atmosphere is more or less constant whereas the amount of CO2 is increasing somewhat.
- They’re all from different IP addresses which resolve to different providers so in that sense they’re genuine. So it means I am still agog (although, as you’ll understand more than those from across the pond, there’s something distinctly ferrous about my agogness).
- So Randy, How much revenue has Iran lost? How much terrorism has been reduced? How much has fracking reduced the US trade deficit (we’re a Scottish site by the way), and what US co’s have increased revenue by using the process? Go on let us know, enlighten us … we’re agog!
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