kilranian t1_jdmiau3 wrote

They occurred in Oklahoma to a much greater degree, and the Oklahoma Geological Survey (the state level USGS) published information demonstrating it was the fault of fracking.

If course, that was after oil companies (specifically Harold Hamm) and the University of Oklahoman's President, David Boren, attempted to stop them from publishing.

A quick source for the political interference:


kilranian t1_j5izqb1 wrote


kilranian t1_iucg08q wrote

Except you have it exactly backwards. We don't choose how the world is built or what is produced. "Voting with your dollar" as an idea is ludicrous.

And public transit? You have to be out of your head. Outside of dense cities, public transport in the US is an afterthought, at best.