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Richard L Guldi 
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Re: “N.C.'s fracking capitol approves drilling ban

Fracking brings contaminated ground water, poisoned air, three times normal asthma, increased ozone, exposure to carcinogenic benzene, and increased global warming.

Watch the CLEAR Florida Webinar on Fracking to learn about how fracking contaminates ground water, air, soil, and climate and how to prepare for fracking should your legislature force you to accept it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Utn7nUuBT…

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Posted by Richard L Guldi on 01/08/2016 at 10:42 PM

Re: “Lee County may vote next week to impose a temporary ban on fracking

Why would anyone dislike my posting about the fracking webinar? When extensive peer-reviewed scientific literature from several prestigious institutions like Duke and Stanford reports ground water contamination associated with fracking in at least five states, and when a whole host of air, health and climate plagues are reported almost daily in our newspapers, there is something tragically wrong. Many people who have profited from oil and gas now openly admit that they know their profits come from abusing humanity. For some people, it's hard to be objective when it affects your income.

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Posted by Richard L Guldi on 11/17/2015 at 11:17 AM

Re: “Lee County may vote next week to impose a temporary ban on fracking

Fracking brings contaminated ground water, poisoned air, three times normal asthma, increased ozone, exposure to carcinogenic benzene, and increased global warming. Shale acidization is even more dangerous than fracking but it is being sold to Florida as a safer alternative which is better and less destructive that the dastardly fracking we hear about on the news.

The Collaborative Laboratory for Environmental Analysis and Remediation (UTA-CLEAR) is offering a free Science of Drilling Florida Webinar December 2, 2015 @ 12pm EST.

Join CLEAR at UTA and our top environmental scientists to learn how unconventional drilling can affect the environment and your health. Our boots on the ground scientists come face-to-face with the unconventional drilling industry on a weekly basis. Learn from their experiences and research before unconventional drilling hits Florida and North Carolina. Have your questions ready and join us live.

More information including sign up information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/events/1666702353584914/
Your link to the Drilling Florida Webinar will be emailed to you at 10am EST on December 2, 2015.

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Posted by Richard L Guldi on 11/16/2015 at 2:39 PM

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