Your opinion is one of many I've read on the topic.
Since you a.) are a simple drill monkey with no graduate level degree in geology or hydrology or anything else that would cause me to consider you an authority or subject matter expert, and b.) have a vested financial interest in seeing that this means of gas extraction continues, I don't even weigh your opinion all that very heavily.
And don't get me wrong. It is not my intention to dispariage in any way your ability to dig a hole in the ground. In fact, if I ever need a hole dug 14,000 feet into the ground you'd be the first guy I'd see.
But being good at digging a hole in the ground doesn't make you an expert or an authority on what happens within and outside of that hole once it's dug.
And understand, I'm not even necessarially saying that you're wrong.
I believe you are, given everything that I've read about how patently awful for the environment fracking is and all of the lawsuits (won, settled, and pending) against energy companies that practice fracking (especially as they relate to groundwater contamination), but I don't consider this topic closed and I maintain an open mind and accept that something may come along to sway my opinion in the opposite direction.
But whatever that "something" is, it isn't going to be the anonymous opinion given on the Internet by a guy who is the fracking equivelent of a roughneck.
So post up some scientific studies (not energy company or Tea Party think tank studies) that PROVE fracking is safe and I'll certainly consider them.
But for you to sit there and insist that this **** is safe and I need to take your word for it?
It's like a door greeter at Wal-Mart insisting that superstores and the importation of cheap junk from China have no effect on the decline of America's economy.