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6/8/2010 Hydrogen Sulfide Daily Average 0.100 ppm
6/7/2010 Hydrogen Sulfide Daily Average 0.100 ppm
6/6/2010 Hydrogen Sulfide Daily Average 0.111 ppm
6/5/2010 Hydrogen Sulfide Daily Average 0.174 ppm
6/4/2010 Hydrogen Sulfide Daily Average 0.141 ppm
The lack of similar H2S readings at nearby monitors indicates that the source is unlikely to be from the oil spill and is more likely coming from a source unrelated to the spill.
So is this video showing first signs of damage related to high levels of Hydrogen Chloride in rain water ? My god I hope not.
Originally posted by L.HAMILTON
There is a news blackout on the media having access to these oil recovery workers.
Originally posted by space cadet
Oh well, several hours later and no pictures. Unfair. I think that a thread was recently started about this, videos that cannot be viewed by all should be accompanied by a still photo.
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