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How is it possible these things Obummer did by EO were legal, but Trump undoing them by EO is unconstitutional 

 

 

https://www.cnn.com/2019/03/30/politics/trump-offshore-drilling-arctic/index.html

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Off to the 9th Circuit.


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revocable by an act of congress.... like in 2016 and 2017 with a president that would have signed off on it?

 

i would have thought that someone would have noticed this and done something about it if it were that important back then

 

should never have gone to court to begin with imo

 

oh, and greenpeace? LOL


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1 hour ago, Nature Boy 2.0 said:

How is it possible these things Obummer did by EO were legal, but Trump undoing them by EO is unconstitutional 

 

 

https://www.cnn.com/2019/03/30/politics/trump-offshore-drilling-arctic/index.html

 

   Damn liberal activist Alaska judges. If they get their way, I won't even be able to light my tap water on fire anymore.


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6 minutes ago, Steeleballz said:

 

   Damn liberal activist Alaska judges. If they get their way, I won't even be able to light my tap water on fire anymore.

You know that's a whole bunch of bs right? Fracking or drilling would almost never cause your tap water to catch on fire.

 

My last job I worked for the US Geological Survey and I learned quite a bit about this due to working in the field and having the science at my finger tips. We would constantly get asked questions about this subject of fracking and seismology, one of my co-workers got honey potted by Aljazeera America to try and get him to answer questions about it. 

 

The fact of the matter is that tracking goes down literally thousands of feet underground. While the deepest well is usually only a few hundred feet underground. So the risk is really really low that it would seep in the ground water.

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12 minutes ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

You know that's a whole bunch of bs right? Fracking or drilling would almost never cause your tap water to catch on fire.

 

My last job I worked for the US Geological Survey and I learned quite a bit about this due to working in the field and having the science at my finger tips. We would constantly get asked questions about this subject of fracking and seismology, one of my co-workers got honey potted by Aljazeera America to try and get him to answer questions about it. 

 

The fact of the matter is that tracking goes down literally thousands of feet underground. While the deepest well is usually only a few hundred feet underground. So the risk is really really low that it would seep in the ground water.

 

   It's on the news a few times a year in Colorado. A guy I used to work with had a video where he used to live. It's mostly naturally occurring groundwater contamination though. Fracking contributes about 5-10% is the claim. 


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10 minutes ago, Steeleballz said:

 

   It's on the news a few times a year in Colorado. A guy I used to work with had a video where he used to live. It's mostly naturally occurring groundwater contamination though. Fracking contributes about 5-10% is the claim. 

I saw that video as well and you are right it's about 5% involved of ground water contamination. But it was sensationalized by Anti-fracking activists saying that it's normal when in reality it's not.

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