Is methane in drinking water naturally occurring?
Here, we are told the answer is - YES!
(Personally, I thought that was obvious.)
It is also asserted that some methane in drinking water
results from fracking (and, that can be remedied).
I think fracking will reduce naturally occurring methane.
(Just as offshore drilling has reduced natural seepage.)
John Stossel on fracking:
Click here to expose myths in the “Gasland” documentary.
Just remember to balance the risks against the rewards.
In 2009, 33,808 Americans died on our highways.
That does NOT mean we should shut down our highways!
Drill, baby, DRILL!