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Originally posted by antar
reply to post by Antoniastar
Right I entered this thread just now because my deepest intuition says this could be a huge problem not just for the Gulf States but anyone in the lines of the GUlf Stream winds which are carrying the toxic rains laden with heavy metals and much worse after the BP tragedy.
The dead fish alone as they decompose, and are carried into the waterways and air, is going to be a real problem as the weeks move forward.
When we see hurricanes it only quickens the process.
Originally posted by LYTSKR
Thank you for that article, Antoniastar. Those stories that are NOT being covered 'Front-Page', so to speak, are the ones I'm following the closest. I am in North Texas and have been following the BP Oil and Chemical Dispersant Attack since day one.
So far there have been no reports of people affected west of Louisiana (or west of the actual oil leak in the Gulf), but Gulf states to the east are reporting more and more people, animals, foliage, etc. poisoned from the mixture of toxic chemicals and oil daily.
In response to the post about the active hurricane season this year and the interesting paths each system is taking, you might research HAARP a little if you haven't already.
And for those experts out there, I am curious if Hurricane Igor and Hurricane Julia could possibly 'Combine' in the coming days. Due to their projected paths intersecting, is it possible for them to 'Merge' and become even stronger?
If so, the East Coast is in for a Doozy.
Tropical Storm Karl is back over water in the Bay of Campeche this morning, and Hurricane Watches are now up from Bara de Nautla south to Palma Sola in Mexico. Karl is Forecast to landfall as a hurricane south of Tampico, but anyone in the watch area should prepare for it. Arrival time is the pre-dawn hours on Saturday.
Igor has completed it's first Eyewall replacement cycle and kept itself a category 4. It has another shot to strengthen before weakening. The forecast track remains dangerously close to Bermuda, so folks there need to probably start preparing for good possibility that there may be core of a very strong hurricane passing near or over the island.
Originally posted by lasertaglover
Does anyone know the record for named storms being active at once in the Atlantic?