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Did NY Gov’s Office Edit ‘Politically Inconvenient’ Findings of Fracking Study?

The more I read about this, the more I come to the conclusion they want us dead.
Published on Monday, October 06, 2014 by Common Dreams
Internal government documents show how state officials may have tried “to mitigate any political complication” the research may have caused for Governor Andrew Cuomo’s gas drilling policies by Lauren McCauley, staff writer

The administration of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo altered and delayed the findings of a key federal fracking study commissioned by the state, according to a review of internal government documents published on Monday.

An original draft of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) study, obtained and reported on by the Albany newspaper Capital, reportedly contained descriptions of environmental and health risks posed by the shale gas drilling technique. However, following “extensive” email communication between the USGS representatives, study authors and state officials—also obtained in “heavily redacted form” through a Freedom of Information Act request—those details were either “played down or removed” from the final published report.

Did NY Gov’s Office Edit ‘Politically Inconvenient’ Findings of Fracking Study?.

iGas shares through the floor :D

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Fracking Literally Makes People Sick, New Study Finds

Depopulation agenda right in front of your face!

, Ecowatch | new study provided more ammunition for what public health experts and environmental activists have been saying since fracking became widespread in the last half decade: chemicals used in the natural gas drilling process can be hazardous to health.

The study “Proximity to Natural Gas Wells and Reported  Health Status: Results of a Household Survey in Washington County, Pennsylvania,” published yesterday in Environmental Health Perspectives,found that people who live near fracking sites have more health problems than those who don’t.

The Yale-based research team that produced the study looked at families in southwestern Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale region who use ground-fed water wells. Surveying 492 individuals in 180 households, researchers found a significantly greater number of skin and respiratory problems among those who lived within one kilometer of a natural gas well than those who lived two kilometers away.

http://themindunleashed.org/2014/09/fracking-literally-makes-people-sick-new-study-finds.html