Dear, I ‘m writing you to ask that you vote no on the Proposed Keystone XL Pipeline. The reason personally that I believe that you should vote no is because of the problems that will occur do to transporting oil in this way. Not only are we effected the environment in a negative way, we are also putting lives in jeopardy. The 1700 mile underground pipeline would link the tar sands fields of northern Alberta to oil refineries in Texas may sound like a great idea, let me tell you why I know that it is a bad idea. It is said that this fuel is dirty as well as the process that it will take to get this oil.
People complain about pollution from factories, cars, global warming, and the melting of polar ice caps, yet many people disregard the dangerous that come with fracking. Fracking is the process of injecting liquid at high pressure into subterranean rocks, and/or boreholes to force open existing fissures and extract oil or gas. Fracking is causing an epidemic economically and environmentally. Fracking is continuously destroying the earth day by day. From the endless fracking today’s economy is depleting.
This is not helping the industry to move forward but is hindering it in some ways. What can you do to find a reputable TBI clinic? First, avoid clinics staffed by spine specialists, dermatologists and hyperbaric oxygen therapists. They should have some prestigious affiliations, or the clinic should be staffed by experts who have had a long history of treating people with concussions. The biggest concern that most experts have with the industry is a Pittsburgh company known as ImPACT.
Fahrenheit 9/11 enters this line of questioning and disbands what the government as well as mainstream media wants you to believe the reasoning behind the attacks that happened on September 11, 2001. Its main focus is the US’ government its involvement with Iraq and Afghanistan. It explains how corrupt the government is from the very beginning, how our votes truly mean nothing. It moves forward to explain that the people who are dying are those of lower class. You know, those who 's lives are dispensable.
Although the packaging itself is bad enough for the bottled, (Ferrier 2001) notes that the chemical composition of the water itself can be more deadly due to limited regulation. The tap water is under keen regulation by the municipality. Besides, (Ferrier 2001) goes ahead to indicate that quality of water coming from the taps is checked routinely for any suspicious particles and chemicals. This is not the case for bottled water. First, as Doria (2010) notes, twenty to twenty-five percent of the bottled water comes directly from tap water without any form of purification through distillation of any other treatment.
Shots fired, officer vehicles set ablaze, and groups of protesters pepper sprayed; all hell broke loose on the date of October 17, 2013 when the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) showed up to stop anti-fracking protesters in New Brunswick, Canada. Hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking, has long been a controversial topic. Many argue that fracking allows us access to better and cleaner burning fossil fuels, while others argue that the process in which these gases are obtained are bad for the environment. On this specific day in New Brunswick, protesters were protesting in the belief that fracking would cause contamination to their drinking water supply. But in order to find the truth, it is important to dive a little deeper into
Marsha Coleman-Adebayo- A Whistleblower INTRODUCTION-BACKGROUND In 1996, Marsha Coleman, the MIT trained expert working as a senior policy analyst for United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in South Africa filed a complaint against a mining company operating there and extracting vanadium which was harming not only environment but also human and animal health. Her complaint in the same department for which she was working went unheeded due to the connivance among the alleged company and EPA. But Marsha took this matter to other environment friendly organizations to which EPA reacted adversely and subsequently halted the promotion of Marsha. Alleging racial and gender discrimination, Marsha sued EPA for not promoting her. Thus this case involved two issues which were derogatory to the reputation of a governmental organisation, viz; environmental pollution and racism- against colour and gender.
Furthermore, catastrophes like Three Mile Island in 1979 and Chernobyl in 1986 underscores yet again the importance of abandoning nuclear energy as an answer to energy independence. Similarly, horrific images from the meltdown of the three reactors of the Fukushima Diachi plant in 2011 spread across the news and social media creating apprehension of a nuclear meltdown. Moreover, leakage of dangerous radiation has deadly consequences to the human body like mutations in DNA. Nuclear power also poses security issues because it could be used to establish nuclear weapons illegally, which can increase terrorism. Consequently, nuclear energy is not a commercially justified source of energy because nuclear power plants are still unsafe, and power plants help proliferate nuclear
Invading Iraq in response to the determination of the continued Weapons of Mass Destruction programs in 2003 resulting from intelligence received by human intelligence sources. The specific cause that led to the initial determination to invade was the belief that Iraq maintained a Weapons of Mass Destruction programs and that it had links to Terror groups. The Iraq war had resulted in thousands dead and a resulting in an unstable nation. Inquiries post-invasion revealed critical flaws within the intelligence collected. Much of the information provided to the Central Intelligence Agency along with the National Security Council from Human Intelligence proved to be incorrect.
But as we can see that the news story is about Osama Bin Laden's death and and the headline is "Osama Bin Laden is dead" but the picture absolutely doesn't go with the news story. It is a irrelevant picture and you can say that placement of picture is not correct at all. It is a very basic rule that the picture should go with the news story and the headline otherwise, it will create confusion in reader's minds. According to the headline and news story, there should be given the picture of Osama Bin Laden's dead body or any other picture of Osama Bin Laden. EXAMPLE:2 CRITICAL ANALYSIS: The picture is taken from express tribune newspaper.
In the second article "Fracking Threatens Everyone" it is stated "Fracking remains a dangerous practice that poses a threat even if it is done correctly and is carefully monitored" so it seems that the author wants people to stop Fracking because it generates dangers. It is stated "sources of drinking water can be ruined and all different types of pollution can happen in a second" which poses a great threat to many places. For example, the pollution can enter streams and rivers and kill whatever is in it, and harm even more wildlife. It says "This makes fracking a gamble for communities and individuals who may be tempted by the large amounts of money being offered to those who allow their land to be used for fracking" and the author
A pipeline would separate the Sioux tribe, potentially damage the casino industry, our source of entertainment and many tribes source of income. The government’s mishaps don’t stop with casinos. The Sioux do not deserve for their water to be contaminated. Originally the government intended for the pipeline to pass through Bismarck, yet the risk of contamination in states capitol lead to relocation through reservations (Sidder). Unlike the BP oil spill that affected many animals, an oil spill of the North Dakota Access Pipeline would affect humans.