Monthly Archives: May 2011
Image via Wikipedia The bigger they are, the harder they fall Jim Tressel brought a lot of things to Ohio State University but the last thing anyone expected was that he would bring shame to the school. Tressel brought winning seasons, … Continue reading
Gold Mine at Our Feet Ohio could be sitting atop a gold mine! Ohio sits on top of both Marcellus and Utica shale deposits which harbor enough natural gas to last us for many years to come. It is literally … Continue reading
To learn more about fracking click on the link below to see one of the funniest and most educational videos about fracking. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, well, I couldn’t explain fracking any better if I wrote … Continue reading
The House passed the state park drilling bill yesterday. As usual, there was a lively debate–read what our representatives had to say. House passes bill to drill in parks.
This Letter to the Editor also appeared in today’s Columbus Dispatch and more clearly outlines the hazards of fracking. It is written by Alex Beauchamp, Midwest Region Director, Food & Water Watch, Washington, and ends with the statement, “Leaders in … Continue reading
This is a good editorial in today’s Columbus Dispatch but, in my opinion, it does not take a strong enough stand and fails to mention the bill is scheduled for a vote in the House today. However, it does provide … Continue reading
NOTE: because this subject is so long and complex I will be discussing it in several parts. If you haven’t heard about the debates over natural gas and the controversial method of harvesting it called Hydraulic Fracturing (HF) or “fracking,” … Continue reading