Photograph on top show the iron bacteria, Gallionella sp.Photo below shows the sulfate degrading bacteria, Desulfovibrio sp.
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This Fracking problem: Chasing the solution to this controversial mining issue
By poseidonsciences, on July 23rd, 2010

Yesterday, there was a well attended public hearing in Pennsylvania sponsored by the EPA on the use of fracking to release natural gas from shale deposits underneath the earth’s surface. It was a heated “debate.” One side arguing how dangerous it is to their local environment while the industry is saying that it has been proven safe for decades. July 22 was certainly a one ‘fracking’ day for everyone there. It is also uncanny that it was the same day we announced a new project to develop an alternative idea to reduce the environmental impact of fracking.

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