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Fracking produces annual toxic waste water enough to flood Washington DC

Disgusting. Why are we tolerating this? Are your gas prices lower? Even if they were, would that be worth the total destruction of what's left of our environment???

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Report Outline: Natural Disasters

Report Outline: Can be used to give to each student. Assignment can be for each student to research a weather pattern or disaster, such as tornadoes hurricanes or floods, and complete this research outline on it. Also a good way to integrate technology, by giving students computer time in class to do the research. AMS

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Fracking produces annual toxic waste water enough to flood Washington DC

The deliberate pollution of billions of gallons of fresh water annually to fill the pockets of the greedy Oil and Gas companies. It isn't enough that the fossil fuels extracted are polluting our air past the point of climate change, but now fracking requires that we also pollute our ground water to get the polluting fossil fuel.

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Japan disaster: 30 powerful images of the earthquake and tsunami

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“The Missing Link” annnual report for New Frontier Group by This is Paper, featuring prehistoric flora & fauna illustrations. http://thisispaper.com/moodley-brand-identity-The-Missing-Link Uploaded by user

“The Missing Link” annnual report for New Frontier Group by This is Paper, featuring prehistoric flora & fauna illustrations. http://thisispaper.com/moodley-brand-identity-The-Missing-Link Uploaded by user

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Drone Footage Shows Sacramento Area Flooding

Seven floodgates at the Sacramento Weir in California were opened on Tuesday, January 10, for the first time in 11 years. The gates were opened to alleviate flooding concerns along the Sacramento River system due to recent heavy rains, according to a report . More gates could open in the coming days, and it’s the first time the gates have been opened since December 2005. One of the factors could be the water released at Nimbus Dam to alleviate high levels at Folsom Lake, which can be seen…

My haunting goes on: Couple sell house plagued by ghost of Titanic captain who was born there (...and it even had a flooded kitchen)

The previous owners of a Stock-on-Trent, Staffordshire, house that was once the home of Titanic captain Edward John Smith reported a mysterious flood in the kitchen and an icy chill in the dining room

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The flood risk reduction report from the U.K. Parliament Committee on Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs contains several provisions. Chief among them is the replacement of the Environment Agency with a new government body solely dedicated to flood management. Some potentially controversial stuff here...