Monday, August 2, 2010

Corexit Still Being Dispersed a Mile Down Last Friday at Something Looking a Lot Like a Leak


colonel mustard said...

This is infuriating Phil. Thanks for posting, since our MSM WON'T keep us up to date with what's REALLY going on!

Anonymous said...

"Where Do We Go From Here..."
Alan Parsons Project (somewhere in the Seventies...). Good Question...

I am too old to see the final fallout from this disaster, but I fear for my offspring and theirs. I probably will not step into oil tar tomorrow on my morning walk on the sands of one of the barrier islands of West Central Florida, but the lasting effect of Corexit will be as bad or worse than the immediate damages to wildlife and protective marshes.
Unseen, it will be ingested by all creatures from algae to sea grasses to coral to the finned and winged creatures to humans who ingest those who have ingested those chemicals wherever the currents carry it, and effects are cumulative.
There are no borders, there is no
superiority, no independence, in spite of what "Those Who Rule" try to make us believe.
All creatures are interdependent, and those who take exception to that universal rule, who think the human animal is superior, are failing to realize that we are on the cusp of overwhelming this Beautiful Blue Marble.


Maria said...

And Corexit is not the only problem!

The Italian theoretical physicist, Dr. Gianluigi Zangari, who is a major complex and chaotic systems analyst at the Frascati National Laboratories in Italy, has released oceanographic satellite data which shows that the Loop Current in the Gulf of Mexico has stalled and that the effects of this stall has also begun to spread to the Gulf Stream. If the stalled Loop Current fails to restart, repercussions that may result include widespread droughts, floods, crop failures and subsequent global food shortages.

Here’s the link to part 1 of 7 of Dr Bill Deagle’s interview of Dr Zangari on July 16:

And a report entitled RISK OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE BY BP OIL SPILL by Dr Zangari: