A new study's findings confirmed "silica as a human carcinogen and suggest that current exposure limits in many countries might be insufficient to protect workers from lung cancer. They also indicate that smoking cessation could help reduce lung cancer risk for silica-exposed individuals." http://aje.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2013/09/15/aje.kwt139.abstract #fracsand #fracking #construction
"Long-term exposure to even low levels of ultrafine frac-sand (silica) dust poses a threat to human health, according to two experts who spoke at the Jan. 18  Citizens’ Frac Sand Summit in Winona." http://www.winonadailynews.com/news/opinion/columnists/local/steve-schild-summit-shed-light-on-silica-sand/article_3f3e749c-c7e4-528a-9ef8-e86a1c33986e.html #fracsand #fracking
The New York Times reported that: "New [OSHA] Rules Would Cut Silica Dust Exposure" for workers. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/24/business/new-rules-would-cut-silica-dust-exposure.html?_r=0 #fracking #fracsand
The new moon in Aquarius reminds us that we are all connected. Nothing, not even death, can split the grid. You will receive tremendous energy from sources you haven't thought of as fuel in the past. For instance, your ancestors (dead or alive) will lend an energetic boost. The wind sings praises. Nature orchestrates dancing music.
Dr. Wayne Feyereisn, an internal medicine specialist at the Mayo Clinic and a member of the Mayo Medical School faculty, has been studying up on frac sand, and sharing information about how dangerous it is with other Minnesotans: http://www.postbulletin.com/news/local/mayo-clinic-doctor-from-st-charles-digs-into-silica-sand/article_a5ea6408-0b57-55cf-b4b7-9465d77b5806.html