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Largest Earthquake In Kansas Caused By Fracking (w/Video)

A US Geological Survey report finds that fracking was the most likely cause of a 4.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Kansas in 2014. Largest Earthquake In Kansas Caused By Fracking (w/Video) was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
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