Raul Larios

New Yorkers…how safe is your cooking gas?

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May 18, 2013 - Posted by | New York | , , , , , , , ,

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  1. The issue of Natural Gas drilling is one I’ve tried to consider in a different light. After 9/11, one of the nation’s greatest fears was the widespread dispersal of biological weapons of mass destruction in our public water resources: i.e. the Quabbin Reservoir. We fought wars, ostensibly, to prevent such threats. So why would we now allow the industry to pollute unabated? I’ve posed a theory that would see the poisoning or murder U.S. Citizens at the hands of the Gas industry as an act of terrorism, given the financial connection between such companies and politicians who not only tout the safety of the practice, but actively facilitate the acquisition of leases of public lands for the purpose of gas exploration. Under my blog, I’ve articulated my theory, but need help correcting and spreading the idea, if it deserves merit…

    Comment by sofloson | June 6, 2013 | Reply

    • Thanks for your comment, Mark. You have an interesting point of view. At the very least, I promise to take a look at your blog and theory at markgardner2012.wordpress.com!

      Comment by Raul Larios | June 7, 2013 | Reply

  2. My thanks to New York State Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal (who represents the Upper West Side of Manhattan), for taking a proactive approach to the radon risk. Last month, Ms. Rosenthal introduced bill A6863 which would require state utilities to monitor and mitigate radon before its delivered to consumers.

    Comment by Raul Larios | June 14, 2013 | Reply


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