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Drought-Plagued Midland, Texas, Is Running Out of Water

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With fracking operations using between 1 and 9 million gallons of water daily, and there being an estimated 500,000 such wells in the United States how long can we expect clean water for growing crops and drinking? One must be reminded that life can exist without oil and gas, but will die without water. Are today's profits for a few worth death for millions in the future? Unfortunately, some think it is.

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Because of the effect of fracking you will see lit... by Dennis Kaiser on Friday, Jun 21, 2013 at 1:42:55 PM