quote:Originally posted by: Electric-Skye
Ugh this world makes me sick! The whole oil spill was planned, it's just one more step in an agenda to kill off 2/3 of the world population and start the new world order.
Video: Corexit Is Killing The Gulf Part II
Corexit 9500, four times more toxic than crude oil, is one of the most poisonous dispersants ever developed, and is up to 20 times more toxic than other dispersants, and only half as effective.
When Corexit 9500, with its 2.61 ppm toxicity level, is combined with the warm waters of the Gulf much of it will transition into a gaseous state that will be absorbed into clouds, to be released as toxic rain upon all of the Eastern United States: All without any effective or real objections from the Obama administration. Video Link Here click here for link
(TheIntelHub) - Gulf oil spill: Could 'toxic storm' make beach towns uninhabitable? - Read More Hereclick here for link
(IntoTheAshes) - Gulf Coast Toxicity Syndrome
There are effects from the oil spill that you can see, like oil washing ashore, and those that you can't, like when oil compounds break down and go airborne. What is unfolding in the Gulf of Mexico is truly a nightmare of epic proportions. Read More Here click here for link
(SilverBearCafe) - VIDEO: The BP "Gulf Syndrome": Benzene and Corexit Poisoning
The Government is Silent on the Human Health Risks - Video Link Hereclick here for link
(Energy&Capital) - Reaching too Far, Delving too Deep: The Well from Hell
BP Knows it will get Worse, much Worse Read More Here click here for link
(TheTownTalk) - Massive sheets of oil remain under Pensacola beach
Researchers from the University of South Florida said oil remains buried on an 8-mile stretch of the beach which appeared to be clean earlier in the day. Read More Hereclick here for link
(SunHerald) - Taylor views oil, calls response 'an effort in futility'
"It's criminal what's going on out there. This doesn't have to happen." - Read More Here click here for link
(NationalHurricaneCenter) - Tropical Depression ONE - View More Here click here for link
(NCoal) - Video: Gulf of Mexico - Breaking The Media Blackout
In the following video Warren Pollock explains how the disaster is spreading beyond the federal fishing exclusion zone. Read More Here click here for link
(Fox) - Concerns Grow Over Long-Term Health Effects of Oil Spill - Read More Here click here for link
(IND) - We all live in an oil slick now
Step by step, US politicians on all sides become an oiligarchy that sees moving off petrol as irrational: turning off the spigot would turn off their election funds Read More Here click here for link
Video: Senator LeMieux on BP Spill - Video Link Here click here for link
(NationalReview) - Rahm Emanuel's BP Connection - Read More Here click here for link
Video: Welcome to the Oil Polluted Beaches of Florida
Oil "tar balls" far as the eye can see in Destin, Florida, and yet the beaches remain open and kids play in the toxic sludge. - View Video Here click here for link
(NaturalNews) - The Coming Gulf Coast Firestorm: How the BP oil catastrophe could destroy a major U.S. city - Mike Adams
It's hurricane season in the Atlantic, and that means Mother Nature could be whipping up fierce storms and sending them charging into the Gulf Coast any day now. In a normal hurricane season, that's bad enough all by itself. remember Katrina? But now there's something even more worrisome in the recipe: There's oil in the water.
So what happens when a Katrina-class hurricane comes along and picks up a few million gallons of oil, then drops that volatile liquid on a major U.S. city like Galveston or New Orleans?
Now, before we pursue this line of thinking any further, let's dismiss the skeptics out there who think oil can't drop from the sky because oil doesn't evaporate. Actually, if you look at the history of hurricanes and storms, you'll find thousands of accounts of lots of things that don't evaporate nonetheless falling out of the sky. The phrase "raining cats and dogs" it's entirely metaphor, you know: There are documented accounts of all sorts of things raining down from the sky: Fish, frogs, large balls of ice, and so on. Read the rest of this entry » click here for link