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Rage and Ruin in the Reign of the EPA

FletchforFreedom Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 8:12 AM
And yet the actual SCIENCE insicates that there has been record thickening of the Antarctic ice pack, whether is not the same as climate change and satellite data does not show the same "record" temperatures as ground stations subject to urban heat wells, glacial melt and decreasing snow packs are consistent with earlier interglacial periods, no scientific evidence exists of any "increased risk of extreme whether" and, in fact, the NOAA specifically disavowed the connection to hurricanes which follow their own cycle and there has been no change in the long term rate of interglacial sea rise. Perhaps, the problem is that you cherry-pick the science you believe supports your own view and ignore all the rest.

The riots, rage, and ruin that have spread throughout the Middle East over the past few days emphasize the urgency of opening up and bringing online America’s vast resources—yet, as Congressman Pete Olson (R-TX) states: “The EPA is the biggest obstacle to energy independence.”

Olson’s comment specifically addressed the Hydraulic Fracturing Study requested by Congress as a part of the FY 2010 appropriations bill, which states:

“The conferees urge the Agency to carry out a study on the relationship between hydraulic fracturing and drinking water, using a credible approach that relies on the best available science, as well as independent sources...

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