Research university hides results of fracking study

Geologists at the University of Cincinnati just wrapped up a three-year investigation of hydraulic fracturing and its impact on local water supplies.
The result? There’s no evidence—zero, zilch, nada—that fracking contaminates drinking water. Researchers hoped to keep these findings secret.
Why would a public research university boasting a top-100 geology program deliberately hide its work? Because, as lead researcher Amy Townsend-Small explained, “our funders, the groups that had given us funding in the past, were a little disappointed in our results. They feel that fracking is scary and so they were hoping our data could point to a reason to ban it.”

Research university hides results of fracking study which fails to prove it’s dangerous « Hot Air

Apparently this institution did not get the memo that fracking is evil and they should follow the globul warming line.

Okay distractors tell us how they are not real scientists and do not know what they are talking about