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Flammable Water coming out of taps

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A stunned homeowner has filmed himself setting fire to highly flammable water gushing from his bathroom tap.

In the clip uploaded to YouTube, Jacob Haughney produces a intensely bright yellow fireball to erupt from a flowing tap by putting a lighter flame to the liquid.

Mr Haughney, who works on oil fields near his home in North Dakota, discovered the worrying phenomenon while in the shower.

Read more: http://www.dailymail...l#ixzz2pCJphE8g

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This has been documented in some areas where fracking has been undertaken, if my memory serves me correctly.

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Frakking MARVELLOUS.

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Not good - isn't tap water supposed to be treated? How does something like this escape their attention?

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Could it possibly be vodka I wonder? Mmm, off to check my taps now, Wish me luck.

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What about the people that drank the tap water?

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Not good - isn't tap water supposed to be treated? How does something like this escape their attention?

It must be a rural area? .. with individual private wells? We have our own well, not treated or tested .

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This area is a swiss cheese of oil and gas wells.. I should get our water tested. I'll try the lighter test first i guess. (next time it smells a little funny :cry: )

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holy crap!

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Wow!

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Not good - isn't tap water supposed to be treated? How does something like this escape their attention?

Just because something is supposed to be treated, doesn't mean that it will be. Especially where fracking is involved. Stuff like that is conveniently overlooked.

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