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Appearing on the Alex Jones Show on June 10, 2010, paster Lindsey Williams reveals the real threat posed by the leak.
Originally posted by zaiger
Okay this came from alex jones so right off the bat you know that crap was added into the story to put fear into the reader. The only problem is that there have been many larger oil spills, so what makes this one worse? in 1991 there was a 520million gallon spill in Kuwait, in 1980 mexico spilled 100million gallons so did that oil not mave the "mystery chemical"? Not to mention the constant natural leaking of oil that has been leaking into the ocean everyday for the past few million years.
It's the type of spill this is that makes it different from the other spills.This spill is connected to a deep natural feeding super deep well so deep in the mantelof the earths crust that could possibly be connected to a type of volcanic pressure.
They have already just today admitted it was twice as bad as thought last week. So yes it different.
At the very lest jones doesn't have a corporate check cashing producer over his shoulder giving him emails from the top brass on highlighted talking points only.
Seriously are you on BP's payroll or something? You've offered nothing to this thread. We get it, you don't like Alex Jones and you think he's a liar. Point taken.
You should follow your own advice and deny ignorance.
If the EPA came out today on the news and said "Yeah there's lots of deadly gases out there and they are heading for the Coasts". This would create chaos as people would panic and all hell would break loose as the mass exodus from the Gulf Coast would kick into overdrive.
"When I looked into the composition in drilling muds, there were some data gaps," said Gina Solomon, a University of California, San Francisco, professor and member of U.S. EPA's Science Advisory Board. "I found a little data suggesting heavy metal contamination and that raised my level of interest and concern higher."
After sustained request the list is finally out on the EPA website. Out of the list what strikes are the components Corexit 9500 and 9527. These are strong chemical fertilizers that have been used. And to aggravate problems more than a million gallon has been sprayed in the gulf since the pill. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) had asked the company to cease using the powerful, secret formula Corexit, citing the harmful effects that the chemical might pose to the already damaged ecological balance of the gulf but BP refused aright. The EPA backed off their original request, citing the effects of the oil spill were worth the risk of toxic chemicals being released into the ocean and air.