The movie Gasland offered a grim depiction of the hydraulic fracturing process. How did the movie alter your perspective on the current situation involving the oil and gas industry and what is occurring throughout the United States and the world? As an engineer and a citizen, which moral frameworks from chapter 9.2 do you think should influence the way we interact with the environment going forward? Also, do you feel the movies’ narrative was biased in any way? If so, please explain. Consider that proponents of hydraulic fracturing argue that for as long as we remain dependent on oil and gas, horizontal drilling is the least invasive way to access these resources.