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One year after one of the nation’s largest oil pipeline leaks happened near SD-ND border, some questions remain

ABERDEEN, S.D. – The nation’s seventh-largest onshore oil or gas spill was discovered a year ago this month when the Keystone Pipeline leaked an estimated 407,400 gallons of crude oil into a field in …

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Poudre Canyon fracking truck spill: Questions remain about what spilled

Poudre Canyon fracking truck spill: Questions remain about what spilled Days after a fracking truck tipped over and spilled toxic waste steps from the Poudre River, confusion persists about the truck’ …

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Antarctica: Your questions answered – CBBC Newsround


CBBC Newsround

Antarctica: Your questions answered
CBBC Newsround
Antarctica is an interesting place, but how much do we know about it? Have you ever wondered what kind of animals live there? Can you watch TV or use the internet? We've put some of your questions to Dr Jess Walkup, leader of the Rothera Research …

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Judge questions Delaware River Basin Commission’s ability to fight fracking

though they proposed allowing “related activities” such as using the region’s freshwater for fracking and disposing of fracked wastewater at treatment facilities within the basin. A vote on the draft …

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Boaty McBoatface is heading to Antarctica to help scientists answer urgent questions – Mashable


Mashable

Boaty McBoatface is heading to Antarctica to help scientists answer urgent questions
Mashable
The Thwaites Glacier, along with other glaciers in Antarctica and Greenland, is being undermined by relatively warm ocean waters flowing underneath the floating ice shelf. Such shelves act like plugs in a sink, buttressing the land-based ice behind
Team of Top Scientists Prepare to Invade Antarctica's Scariest GlacierDiscover Magazine (blog)
Scientists Might Not Be Able to Stop This Massive Antarctica Glacier from Melting into the OceanNewsweek
UK, US study Antarctic glacier, hoping to crack sea level risksEconomic Times
The Guardian –ITV News –Science Magazine
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Here’s why New Mexico’s oil boom is raising a lot of questions about water

About half is treated and recycled, and the other half injected into 721 wastewater wells meant for permanent disposal of the fluid. Fracking the wells to release the oil requires more water — 34 million gallons for a single well just under 2 miles deep …

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Tesla Semi Truck Questions & Incorrect Assumptions — Answered Now

Alternative title: “It’s a bad idea to doubt Tesla Performance before the product is revealed.”
CleanTechnica

IE Questions: Where Does Fracking Water Go?

Each day, 2.4 billion gallons of wastewater pour out of U.S. oil and gas wells according to 2009 estimates from Argonne National Lab. This includes water pumped down for fracking and water that flows up to the surface from deep aquifers. Both contain …
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UFO Theory: New Facts Bring Questions About Legitimacy Of Antarctica Rumors – The Inquisitr


The Inquisitr

UFO Theory: New Facts Bring Questions About Legitimacy Of Antarctica Rumors
The Inquisitr
Today's UFO theory asks: Are the rumors about UFO activity in Antarctica worthy of further study? Some readers may recall that in October of 2016, WikiLeaks released controversial footage of UFO activity around Antarctica, some shown by Mysterious …

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North Dakota oil spill raises questions about safety

after oil was detected in the city’s water treatment system. “That is our number one theory, but nothing is definitive”, she said. An investigation by federal regulators into the incident is ongoing. The pipeline was shut down as soon as the leak was …
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