Anti-vaccine and anti-fracking movements cut from same fabric

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Did you catch the report that air pollution from oil and gas along the front range is between 300% and 700% higher than the State of Colorado regulators estimated?

Heck…overpopulation is the root of all our problems. More people need more energy, fuel food, healthcare, etc. Also the greater the population, the greater the number of low-information voters and paranoia spreaders, as well as physical disease spreaders etc. Maybe these non-vaccinators are doing mankind a favor by population control in a roundabout way.

Most everyone remembers the high school lesson of how to become a millionaire with just a penny. Take a penny one day and double it to 2 cents on day two. Take the two cents and double it to 4 cents on day 3, double that to 8 cents on day 4 etc. etc. Its called the law of exponential growth. Well with 7-8 billion people on planet earth, Eventually exponential population growth will occur and mankind will collapse anyway.

I read the article in the link listed above and it raised some questions in my mind.

Methane gas is a natural byproduct of almost all decomposition. Our local dump has installed a methane recovery system. Since Weld county and other northern Colorado oilfields are in heavy farm and ranchland, did the study allow for bio-matter decomposition methane to be counted separately from wellsite emmisions? Do they even have a baseline of naturally occurring methane without including wellsite levels?

We will never have a zero amount of methane discharge to the atmosphere as long as biological organisms live, die and decompose.

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