Earthquakes in Dallas - MSM gets it right (mainly)
Three unusual earthquakes that shook a suburb west of Dallas over the weekend appear to be connected to the past disposal of wastewater from local hydraulic fracturing operations, a geophysicist who has studied earthquakes in the region says.
The things they left out is that most production - not just frack production - also involves re-injection of waste water, and that most frack waste water is injected without problem. But I was surprised to find that they actually got the guts of the story on such a volatile issue correct. (I decided earthquakes in Dallas qualify as a sign of the coming apocalypse.)
Posted by: Glenmore