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Rainmaker

March 25, 2014

Record and study water levels in all local wells in each community....

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nobud74

Mar-25-14 6:13 AM

Whatever is afflicting Donna and Stephanie seems to be spreading.

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andy33

Mar-25-14 6:57 AM

What a nutzo LTE....I wonder how much was edited!...maybe that's why it seems so nutzo...!!!!

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rick424

Mar-25-14 7:41 AM

Of course we could send millions of gallons of water deep into the ground ladened with chemicals for each well fracked and this water is lost forever.

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Premier

Mar-25-14 7:53 AM

This is proof that the SG does post every LTE that's submitted.

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Nobody

Mar-25-14 8:08 AM

Herbert C. Jordan's LTE: Proof positive that they don't call it "Happy Valley" for nuthin'

As happy as a Friday night party off campus at 3:00AM. That happy....

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Premier

Mar-25-14 8:15 AM

I believe a symptom of Rabies is an obsession with water.

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MrShaman

Mar-25-14 8:20 AM

"It appears when God created this earth, he created a relation between water levels and wells and the amount of rain that falls. The final goal is to preserve ground water and not pump wells too much." - Herbert C. Jordan

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I'm guessing Ma Nature had the good sense to tell "Him"...."There's no need to get so unnecessarily-complicated, Big Guy. I can cover that whole rain-trip with rivers & lakes."

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Premier

Mar-25-14 9:07 AM

Herbert, how does one "develop a swamp (but not a wetland) on the property" ?

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enigma

Mar-25-14 9:09 AM

Hmmmm. There's a relationship between rain and water. Who would have ever thought?

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enoughalready

Mar-25-14 9:37 AM

Someone must be having one heck of a sale on tin foil this week....

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SteelerFan

Mar-25-14 9:51 AM

I think Herbert's swamp is between his ears.

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spike2

Mar-25-14 10:18 AM

OMG

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Tgrammiex4

Mar-25-14 11:10 AM

Evidently no one is praying hard enough in Calif......

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ArtFold

Mar-25-14 11:20 AM

This letter to the editor hurt my brain. (ouch)

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Scott36

Mar-25-14 11:57 AM

I would love to see the reaction of the traveler whom stops overnight, buys a paper to get the "feel" of the area, and reads this one.-Not sure if I wanna LOL!!??!!-Scott

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Garben78

Mar-25-14 5:59 PM

What's even funnier then this lte is they actually wasted paper and ink to print it and also released deadly emissions in the process

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eriklatranyi

Mar-25-14 9:12 PM

rick424 said:

"Of course we could send millions of gallons of water deep into the ground ladened with chemicals for each well fracked and this water is lost forever."

That statement demonstrates that you know NOTHING about hydraulic fracturing.

You are discredited on the subject.

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Scott36

Mar-25-14 9:29 PM

Erik,

Are you saying that ALL of the water forced down is reclaimed, or brought back up--without the chemicals?? Please educate me-Scott

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0futm2

Mar-25-14 11:37 PM

Please educate me-Scott

Well it's obvious no one has been successful at that task so far.

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rick424

Mar-26-14 9:50 AM

Check out theenergycollective and the article "Energy Facts: How Much Water Does Fracking for Shale Gas Consume?"

While you are at it read the comments also. Cheers.

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CaymanJim

Mar-26-14 5:29 PM

"I would love to see the reaction of the traveler whom stops overnight, buys a paper to get the "feel" of the area, and reads this one. Scott36".

Yeah..he/she would wonder who lives in this valley and doesn't know when or how to use "who" or "whom".

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