Delegate Mizeur points out the hyperbole of the natural gas industry, but as the parable famously states, she neglects to see the plank in her own eye. Talk of the Chesapeake Bay on fire, flaming water faucets, earthquakes, and the like are without substantial scientific evidence in and of themselves. In painting this "sky is falling" picture of flaming water that would make even Chicken Little blush, my colleague is implicitly making a reference to drilling operations in and around Dimock, Pa. Yet, as recently as May of this year, the EPA, after extensive investigation, has stated unequivocally that there is no evidence to link hydraulic fracturing of the Marcellus Shale formation to Dimock's poor water quality. Undeterred by this fact, the delegate continues to put forth this flaming water scenario.