Woodstock Earth: Fracking Insanity


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  6 comments for “Woodstock Earth: Fracking Insanity

  1. August 29, 2013 at 9:25 pm

    Dear Nana,
    You’re the best.
    Never in my wildest imagination did I think anyone would help us like this.
    You know, our only goal is education. We’ve gotten over 8,000 page views from over 80 nations so far, but we’re happier to have 1 person read 1 post through than to have 100 people take a peak at it.
    Your encouragement renews our efforts, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts,

  2. silvergrim
    August 29, 2013 at 11:36 pm

    Fracking is indeed a serious matter. I have been following fracking developments from early on but am no chemist, geologist or geochemist. Your articles gave me a *readable yet in depth and thorough* overview of fracking and associated problems. I love data. Thanks for the good food. It will help me argue more effectively against fracking ideas. May it serve more people than just me! :)

  3. August 31, 2013 at 7:47 pm

    We, too, are no experts or academics. We are nothing but citizens who have done a lot of research, have been outraged by what we’ve found, and want to get the story out to all the people we can reach, as the crisis of Fracking reaches round the world. The deeper we got the deeper it gets. There were so many facets we felt we must mention, not the least of which covered in the most recent article was our Love of Mother Earth and her Creatures, including ourselves and our offspring to the “Seven Generations”, and our Right to Clean Water and Clean Air.
    Also, the connection between the issues of Fracking and Climate Change, as highlighted by Michael E Mann’s (Climate Scientist) retweet of this same article, must be stressed.
    All we ask of your readers is that they try to get this story out to as many of their neighbors as possible, who have been brainwashed by the tv
    ads and their politicians into thinking that Fracking is ok, that Gas is “Clean Energy”, and that Fracking is good for their nations. We believe even their Conservative neighbors might oppose it, if they were educated to its true ramifications.

    Like tiny drops of Water, we can gather into streams and raging rivers of Opposition (paraphrasing from the video The Unfractured Future – a Native American perspective – as included in that most recent article in the series.)

  4. silvergrim
    August 31, 2013 at 10:13 pm

    … even if it requires having skin as thick as the bark of a pine.

  5. April 30, 2015 at 6:48 pm

    Dear Nana,

    Was reading the message I sent almost 2 years ago, and wanted to update where we are today.

    Thanks to you and many others, we are now as of May Day, 2015 up to 53,000 page views in over 100 nation worldwide. France seems to be as much as 10% of US views everyday and every month for months now. And the Netherlands, for as small as it is, is still in our top 10 nations.

    Not that we don’t appreciate every US reader, but it tickles me when I get 1 view from nations on every continent, who is, in my imagination, a like-minded sister or brother.

    I’m sure we are also being read by our enemies, who, for an example, think that Fracking, or GMO, or the proliferation of Chemicals and Synthetic Ferilizers and Killer Agrochemicals, etc. is a good thing, but who want to learn more about it. That is fine by us. We love to educate our enemies. Often we are almost writing to them, to the Fox viewer, rather than to the loyal. Maybe something good will come of it some day.

    We get many reads from Saudi Arabia, and lately from the United Arab Emirates, and though these nations do have fairly wide internet access, we imagine some wealthy oil sheik learning all they can on the evils of Fracking, and that’s just fine by us.

    Anyway, let me not digress further, but thank you all, and especially Nana, for her indispensible support of our work and many others.

    Thanks and Praises,


  6. silvergrim
    May 1, 2015 at 1:01 pm

    *blush* and thank *you* very much for the readable articles and the update. Keep it going bro!

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