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WATCH: Mark Ruffalo Wants You to Understand Fracking

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Mark Ruffalo might be the most outspoken celebrity in the anti-fracking movement. (Although Yoko Ono has certainly been giving him a run for his money.) For years he’s been advocating for putting an end to the environmentally dangerous practice and educating the public about the hazards fracking poses to our water systems.

He stood behind the Oscar nominated film “Gasland”, helped deliver water to the people of Dimock, PA who had their water contaminated by fracking, took part in a panel discussion on the issue and regularly tries to inform the public about the industry. If only Hulk could smash. Then all would be fixed.

For anyone who needs a quick tutorial on the dangers of fracking (the whole process can be confusing), Ruffalo posted a short video that explains it all. He tweeted, “Want to learn about fracking? Check this out. Fracking: The Untold Story:”

Watch the video and make up your mind. Are you an anti-fracking advocate like Ruffalo?

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