Fracking The Great White North

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I just read, with interest, a blog post by Jessa Gamble on the Last Word On Nothing blog, titled, Fracking The Great White North.

In it she discusses the advent and growth of the oil industry in Canada and now the subsequent clamour over natural gas. She discusses the concerns, fears and beliefs around fracking […]

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Environmentalists Split on Fracking

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“…environmentalists have essentially been split into two camps: those who believe the process must be stopped at all costs, and those who believe drilling is inevitable, and so it’s better to work with industry on making it safer for the environment. “

This statement comes from an article in Aljazeera America by Peter […]

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Scientific Case Against Fracking Getting Stronger

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The dangers of fracking are part of what prompted me to write From Thine Own Well. Interestingly, the results of research and studies since writing it are increasingly proving my concerns to be accurate.

How things have changed. Nowadays, explains Cornell University engineering professor Anthony Ingraffea on the latest installment of the Inquiring […]

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Prophetic or Historic

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I hope this work of futuristic fiction doesn’t become the precursor for a historical document.

As I have stated elsewhere, From Thine Own Well is a creation of my observations, imagination, fears, and biases. It is not intended to be prophetic.

However, some my concerns that culminated in the creation of From Thine Own Well […]

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Reader Reviews

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Purchase Online

The following are reviews and comments written by people who have read From Thine Own Well. Most are found on Amazon

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Fracking – how bad could it go? Check out Thine Own Well

Canada 2036

From Thine Own Well, a dystopian novel set in 2036, presents a […]

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