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Originally posted by UmbraSumus
reply to post by Misoir
Perhaps you should get a few soil/water etc samples tested now , and again perhaps in a few months ....
See if there has been any noticeable differences .
Just a thought.
Originally posted by Misoir
I was talking to my uncle and he told me that if the oil makes it up the east coast it will enter the St. Johns river since it flows north. It also would enter a major ostuary that feeds the fresh water in the southeast.
I was pretty afraid especially since this week we are getting rain every day for 7 days and it is coming from the Gulf, I don't want to go out in it or get in my pool until someone on ATS I can trust tells me it's okay because I don't trust the media or the government.
Originally posted by IgnoranceIsntBlisss
How far do you think it will go? Rivers go to the ocean, not the other way around. It's not like an electrical current.
Originally posted by xmaddness
What I fear is that the oil will find its way into the "Loop Current" in the Gulf of Mexico, which feeds directly into the Gulf Stream, which goes strait up the east coast of Florida, quite rapidly I might add.