Further coverage today in the New York Times about the leaking natural gas well in California, which has been sending something like 130,000 pounds of the stuff out into the atmosphere per day since October. About 30,000 residents have been directly effected--many have now moved to temporary residences elsewhere. The well leads down to what used to be an oil field- once dried up, the empty space in the planet was used as a storage facility for natural gas piped in from elsewhere. A doubly ex-terranean disaster...
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