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The fracking vanguard is trying to figure out how to cheaply clean the slurry and use it to frack another well.
Sourdough starters—slurries of flour and water that attract yeasts and lactic-acid bacteria—take days to create, and produce different tastes from place to place.
Then a green slurry that contains fast-growing grass seed is sprayed across it to help prevent erosion.
Unlike Neal Stephenson or William Gibson, Wallace had predicted that a slurry of media would be more crippling than narcotic.
Make a cornstarch and egg yolk slurry: Put the cornstarch and salt in a medium bowl.
In arguing that mining is too unpredictable, Rom cites the 2014 Mount Polley disaster in British Columbia, in which six billion gallons of waste slurry from a tailings pond was released into lakes and rivers.
Due to already lax regulation, hog farms can currently drain their pigs’ manure into giant cesspools called lagoons and then empty the lagoons by spraying the fecal slurry onto farmland as fertilizer.
Literally and figuratively: the thick, red tomato slurry of this hangover killer contains more secret ingredients than just about any other cocktail.
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