DSCOVR on the Celsias Show

Thu, 2008-03-27 15:37Emily Murgatroyd
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DSCOVR on the Celsias Show

Here's a radio interview DeSmog contributing writer and researcher Mitchell Anderson recently did on Celsias Radio.

The Celsias Show has been running for a few weeks and DeSmogBlog has been contributing to a 5-minute portion called “The Week in Denial.”

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At 9:35 p.m. on Saturday, May 30, Greeley, Colorado was struck by a 3.4 magnitude earthquake. Earthquakes are highly unusual in eastern Colorado, raising speculation that it was a “frackquake” — a man-made earthquake stimulated by the disposal of contaminated drilling water in deep injection wells. This disposal technique forces wastewater generated from hydraulic fracturing (fracking) deep into underground rock formations, lubricating layers of rock that would not ordinarily be subject to movement.

Earthquakes are so rare in eastern Colorado that the U.S....

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