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Environmental officials investigate dolphin deaths

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posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:08 AM

Environmental officials investigate dolphin deaths

Federal environmental regulators are investigating an unusually large
number of bottlenose dolphin deaths along the northern coast of the
Gulf of Mexico that occurred before the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon
oil spill.

There were 62 dolphin deaths from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle
in March [2010] and an additional 39 in April, said Erin Fougeres, a
marine mammal biologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA) Marine Fisheries Service. The average is 18 for
March and 13 for April, she said.

It's the highest number of recorded dolphin deaths in 7 ye
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posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:08 AM
I have read a lot about people not being able to function after working on the clean up (a fisherman who spent the night on his boat), and there is a cluster of symptoms being reported in the clinics treating the workers on the Gulf Oil Spill.

I implore the CDC to do something so that these people have a legal leg to stand on when the clean up is done and BP moves on to do what it wants to do somewhere else.

The Exxon Valdez clean up peple did not have hard data .. but hard data could be generated now, and it could be critical to preventing further sickness as this oil moves up the EAST COAST!

Like this, perhaps:

There are several means of Immediate DETOX available in a clinical setting, and there are support herbals which can be taken -- like milk thistle. (not kidney machines, just body/blood correction techniques)

IF .. each worker coming in with symptoms matching the cluster were given a 30 - 60 minuted detox session

...perhaps with a quick and specific blood and urine test before and after?

I mean BP makes billions a quarter, this is nickle and dime stuff to them, but for the people it is their health, and their lives! ) ...

... Immediate DETOX to include items to break up oil in the lungs (because dispersant binds with oil, before it goes airborne),

... and something to chemically bind and harmlessly (I hope) flush the dispersant/+oil from the body ... additional fluid intake or IV might be used to dilute the flushing toxins ...

IMPORTANT!: The before and after blood tests and follow up urine samples would be all that was needed as evidence for the court!!

Besides, it would help these people,

... and an easy and effective pre-work treatment regimen might be developed --- as a result ... which would help protect workers (even oil rig workers) in the clean up and after.

Please don't ask Big Pharma to do this, the red tape would bury it, ask some natural products specialists who work in removing drug buildup, or heavy metals recovery ... you know what I mean.

The oil is going to go up the East Coast, there are going to be more and more people in harm's way. More and more people being made sick (by the toxic cover-up of how much oil got loose).

Russia is crying out that the dispersant --- after it goes airborne, is absorbed by clouds & and will rain down on Russian crops, livestock, towns and cities. And both Russia and Saudi Arabia gave helpful information on how to recapture the oil from the gulf without the use of dispersant and with maximum efficiency. BP is beginning to look very bad.

A man spent a night on his boat, in the morning he could not stand up, for quite awhile .. eventually gaining his mobility back, he went back to work on the spill. .. "They said they were not spraying at night" .. he said. I cannot find the link, sorry.

Beware the Adze!
Beware the land it came from.
... ... ...
That chisel of metal ~bi3 n pt~
With which he opened the mouths of the gods.
(visit the link for the full news article)

posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:13 AM
reply to post by Serendipity7

But it clearly states these deaths happened BEFORE the spillage.

Where's the link?

Or the point?

posted on Jun, 20 2010 @ 04:42 AM
reply to post by Freeborn

It was in the first post:

Investgation of excessive numbers of dolphin deaths

It is not just dolphins, but massive fish kills as well, and some in the great lakes.

The issue is Methane.

There is some connection between the lakes and the Gulf .. down the back of the Appalachian mountains ... this is demonstrated by certain patterns of Earthquakes. Patterns of Earthquakes put up by a retired Oil Company geologist.

There is a post here on the methane incidents for the last 4 weeks, the last 8 weeks have more ... the planet is heating!!

Not from our pollution but from what NASA calls the Local Fluff (just Google that) ... or there is a link to a Russian science paper somewhere here on ATS which has lots and lots of data in it. ( have your read any of LaViolette's work ?? .. he is awesome, not exactly spot on, but awesome none the less.)

I have a thread on Methane as the Canary in the Coal Mine, as well.
Methane-- A canary in the Earth?

Low on the page is a link to Planetophysical .. something .. his translation software must have been a University Collaboration Project. Lots of good hard data there I hope .. I have only read one of the articles .. where he becomes a bit redundant.

Hope this helps ...

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