Cost-Benefit Analysis of Fracking

Back-of-the-envelope calculation yields $100B consumer surplus from fracking, vs. $250M cost of water contamination.  400-to-1 benefit to cost ratio!  Worth exploring, both the math and the politics.

(LH)

 

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