Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Dr. Theo Colborn Comments on this Incriminating Video...

Caught on infra-red video! Toxic emissions INVISIBLE to the naked eye... courtesy of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, www.txsharon.blogspot.com and BS Guinea Pig Productions.

"The tanks you see in this picture can be found across the gas fields in the US. They look harmless as you drive by just like the other stationary equipment you see on well pads. Without an infrared camera, as in this case, that picks up the plume of the highly active volatile chemicals escaping from the tanks, no one would suspect that the tanks could possibly pose a public health problem. As natural gas extraction continues to increase, federal, state, and local public health authorities and regulatory agencies are unprepared to deal with the problem."
– Theo Colborn, PhD
President, TEDX (The Endocrine Disruption Exchange)
PO Box 1407
Paonia, CO 81428
direct:970-527-6548 office:970-527-4082


1 comment:

  1. It's what we can't see that will do us in. Those drill pads look impressive, though ugly. But they are intriguing to the uneducated eye. They do not look as dangerous as they truly are. They seem like great photo ops, but they can make you very sick. Short term and long term health problems are there, hidden in the invisible air we breathe. We won't believe it until we are sitting in the doctor's office or an emergency room. Even then, some may rationalize that it was worth it. Do you agree? What price are we willing to pay for a boomtown frenzy?



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