Just so you know, I have received ALL of your messages in the last 2 days. They range from funny to badgering to downright threatening. I will deal with them in my own time. This may come as a surprise to most of you, since you seem to suffer from a sort of group narcissistic personality disorder (with a little sociopath mixed in for good measure), but I have many other priorities which do not involve any of you. You guys are more like “sport,” for me, to be savored for future game play. None of this, of course, detracts from the utter tragedy that played out in the Arctic (not Greenland, as one of you keeps saying. duh) with the two Dutch researchers, whose bodies have still not been found, and whose deaths remain squarely on your shoulders, regardless of how you try to shrug them off.
Since many of you persist in visiting this site and attempting to shoot spitballs at me, let me give you something productive to do. My guess is that only a few of you will even bother to look at the link I’m attaching, and out of those few, maybe 1 or 2 have the gray matter to even attempt to figure out what I’m talking about, but I’ll throw it out there, anyway. It involves a multi-year study looking at radioactivity related to the fracking process. The study is called, “Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (TENORM) Study Report.” Kinda rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it? I know many of you are going to start blubbering about how you’re not a scientist, and how you can’t possibly understand such technical stuff…etc., keep in mind that I’m not a scientist EITHER, but I understand it (and its ramifications). In fact, there are large parts of this several hundred page paperweight (which resides on my dining room table) that my CHILDREN understand, so no excuses from the peanut gallery.
Before your confirmation bias “armor” goes up around you like a force field, keep in mind that the following report, while containing the words “Department of Environmental Protection” on the title page, is funded by the fossil fuel industry, aka your tribe. And it comes out of Pennsylvania, so, you know, it’s about the Marcellus Shale cluster fuck, practically a fossil fuel sacred site.
Pennsylvania’s DEP loves this report, so you should, too, right? Okay, so, keeping in mind that this report has been lauded by your fellow sell-outs as proof that fracking is practically GOOD for the environment, the water, the air, penguins, Sally Field when she was the Flying Nun, etc. [cue Sesame Street music, sound of children laughing], it’s wonky and has some serious problems, including basic and persistent math errors. The report was done by a nearly bankrupt consulting company that is so desperate for funding that they’d probably work for ISIS for the right price (I can see it now: “Peer reviewed study proves that misunderstood ISIS was really just trying to give good haircuts”).
It is not peer reviewed, as they claim. They only had 6 totally inadequate “reviewers,” who admit they didn’t read it all and that they wouldn’t have understood it in the first place had they taken the time to properly review it. Look at Section 6, and name a few things that you see which are entirely erroneous. That’s it (I found many, by the way). So let’s see if any of you judgmental know-it-alls can find, at least, 3 mistakes.
Here it is: TENORM Study.
The one thing that those who have written to me about the “Murderers List” have in common is that you all think you’re so much smarter than I am. I’m pretty sure that you’re not, but whatever. If you think you’re so smart, prove it.
I DARE YOU.