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originally posted by: MrSpad
The problem with the oysters in Apalachiola has nothing to do with oil it has to do with the limited amount of fresh wayer coming down the Apalachicola River into the Apalachicola Bay. This is a result of legal dispute between Florida, Alabama and Georgia. And things will not truly recover until that fresh water is allowed to flow freely again.
originally posted by: firefirefly31
a reply to: Rich Z
I'm sorry to burst your bubble Rich Z, but the future will more than likely resemble the past, as it always does. The good news is that people like you still care about this disaster so when it happens again people will be prepared to understand that the totality of the situation doesn't blame monsters to be responsible for what happened. Of course, we all know it was those devlish seahorses hiding amongst innocent turtles who actually set off the nuke to start the thing. Now that humans got involved in the cleanup, we've actually touched those poor polluted beasts to make the problem threefold. Just imagine if our intelligence catches up with the devlish underwater beasts and we could actually take over the entire turtle population in a matter of minutes. Now that we have experience though, we know that we shouldn't even touch those seamonsters.
However, as human beings, we got involved personally with the ocean when we started using Corcirex to diffract sunlight without knowing that (by the rules of the ocean) sunlight has already been evolved into an entire new level. This may show that the turtle popluation is truly innocent because they surely must know that diffracted sunlight beats the odds of no sunlight. Chances are that humans may succumb to the next terroristic threat imposed by the Chicken Universe because we still stay glued to our television sets even after World War 2 blocked our glutamate from reaching a critically toxic level.