Hydraulic fracking will add a radioactive cocktail to your glass of water – Golden Gate Xpress


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Hydraulic fracking will add a radioactive cocktail to your glass of water
Golden Gate Xpress
Hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking, is the process where gallons of water and chemicals are pumped 8,000 feet underground to create something like a mini earthquake. The pressure from the water and chemicals breaks apart rocks and releases
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