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Complications due to hurricane season predicts a grim future.

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Comment by JEN on June 3, 2010 at 5:40pm
I work in advertising on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Today I visted a client - a Sushi Restaurant. He has posted a huge sign outside - "NO GULF COAST SEAFOOD IN OUR SUSHI". It made me so sad. This is just the beginning.
Comment by nonya on June 3, 2010 at 1:38am
Thanks PT....and congrats on your new title. I hear you on the part of finding one person awake for every 30 (for me) still asleep. There are plenty of places to donate to aid but even those institutions have become so untrust-worthy that people have become reluctant to give....not to mention a LOT of people just cant give here they are running out of funds in 2.5 out of every 5 households. The fresh food on the coast is going to depend on us in the north but our crops are seasonal and are fish unexceptional....either way I think were going to be taking on the heavy unbeknownst to most people that live here. How many people depend on the coasts for their livelihood? Let me see, Texas, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, Mississippi, Georgia and South Carolina are in immediate danger in their food supply, their fishing industries, and their tourism. Thats a lot of people. Not to be mean, but I am more concerned about this earth and its creatures. I could care a less about humans right now. They have overfished those waters to a sad extreme prior to this oil leak. They have polluted those waters to a dead zone for coral reefs and they have managed to make many marine animals extinct with their irresponsible use of motor boats, nets and fishing gear.
Now we have BP telling our media what to do! Who is this piece of shit company from across the sea telling us what we can and cant document off of our waters? Journalists are being sent away, arressted, equiptment confiscated, fined.....WTF!!!,,,,,(in a very quiet voice) and nobody is doing anything.
Comment by nonya on June 2, 2010 at 11:48pm
ULLAN nice pack of info...thank you.
SIMPLEMAN its going to take a long time for people to realize that they need to start a revolt. Even now i see people lined up at BP everywhere to get gas. Its like they havent got a clue as long as its cheaper than the station down the road. The Feds just gave out another permit today to start another oil rig in Louisiana....this is just endless...and none of us are doing anything. Read this and off the presses today

PATRICIA does it at all seem to you that all of us know we are doomed therefore nobody is out there with torches and pitchforks?

Does it occur to anyone that we are living another "atlantis" type scenario when power got into the wrong hands and nobody did anything to stop it? Sometimes I look around and there are so many people that are not at all phased by all of these horrible things happening and wont change their habits in order to steer the ship in the right direction. its like we are all doomed cuz everybody is still asleep at the wheel.
Comment by simpleman on June 2, 2010 at 10:09pm
The toxic crude oil and the toxic dispersant would be dumped inland, the trees and plants will die, birds will fall from the sky. When people loose loved ones, they go mad and ready to fight. This is just what they want. We have to remain peaceful no matter what happens. Its the only way. Instead we give love and help each other and show them we are not playing their game any more.
Comment by simpleman on June 2, 2010 at 9:54pm
They are trying to provoke a revolt toward the government for letting this to go on and . doing nothing to stop the spill. This will cause a war.
Comment by Ullan on June 2, 2010 at 7:29pm
Oil fields which are deemed to be 'commercially interesting' are usually quite vast, with a life expectancy of at least a decade, likely more. It's not in a company's interest to exploit a well that runs dry after a year or two, it would never recuperate its initial capital investment.

That said, lava is highly unlikely to ignite this crude oil. For one it would have to somehow reach the main spill off the coast. A smile side plume of this spill, if it is somehow carried south in defiance of ocean currents and comes into contact with a lava flow near an active volcano, the results would be negligable. Lava is after all molten rock, and any contact with a liquid cooler than itself will cause it to solidify. So no, lava flowing into the sea cannot ignite this spill.

What many people don't seem to realize is that this is crude oil, not one of its petrochemical derivatives. It's not quite as flammable, and several magnitudes more toxic. This is why it cannot be 'burned off' like the first attempt to curtail the effects of the spill. Quite frankly, mankind has dug deeper than it was prepared for, and finds itself ill equipped to deal with accidents a mile under sea level. Ironically we're better at exploring beyond our own atmosphere than we are at diving under the waves.

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